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New York's SHIELD Act: "Reasonable" Safeguards on Private Information

 
October 2019

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Data Privacy & Cybersecurity
 
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New York’s “Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act” (SHIELD Act) expands requirements for disclosure of data breaches for persons doing business in New York. Its first provisions go into effect October 23, 2019; the obligation to implement reasonable safeguards to protect New York residents' private information takes effect in March 2020. 
      
Join Husch Blackwell for a discussion of the new law, along with evolving legal obligations to protect data from unauthorized access arising across the country. 
      
Presenters
Erik Dullea, Partner
Ephraim Hintz, Attorney
      
Who Should Attend
General counsel, associate general counsel, legal counsel, technology officers, technologists, information privacy and information security professionals, compliance officers, business owners and C-suite executives. 
      
Continuing Education Credit
This program is pending approval for Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin continuing legal education credit.
      
Questions? Contact Pam Clark at 314.345.6648.

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Erik Dullea

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