New York Set to Launch New Biometric, Health Breach Notice Rules

Oct 08, 2019

Businesses hit with a biometric or health data security breach could face heightened scrutiny from New York’s attorney general under changes to the state’s notification law. Joseph Moreno comments.

An excerpt from “New York Set to Launch New Biometric, Health Breach Notice Rules,” Bloomberg Law, October 8, 2019:

Companies that collect data on New York citizens will have to “implement reasonable cyber safeguards and controls including installing adequate network and software security, committing adequate resources and personnel, requiring employee cyber training, and ensuring proper data storage and disposal processes,” Joseph Moreno, cybersecurity and data privacy partner at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP in Washington, said.

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