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Arizona Amends Data Breach Notification Law

Arizona recently amended its data breach notification law, which now features a 45-day breach notification requirement. Hunton Andrews Kurth explains.

Attacks Targeting Oil, Gas Sector Renew Cybersecurity Questions

Cyberattacks against a third-party platform used by an oil and gas pipeline trigger fresh questions about critical infrastructure security.

Alabama Data Breach Notification Law Activates June 1

Alabama is the final U.S. state to enact a data breach notification law. The Alabama Data Breach Notification Act of 2018 (S.B. 318), effective June 1, has these requirements.

Second Global GDPR Readiness Report: CIPL, AvePoint Findings

The second Global GDPR Readiness Report explores organizational preparedness for implementing the EU General Data Protection Regulation. Here are the findings.

Financial Stability Board to Develop International Cybersecurity Lexicon

The Financial Stability Board (“FSB”) is developing a common vocabulary of cybersecurity terms for the world’s top 20 economic powers, known as the G-20.

Mobile Device Security Patches, Software Updates: FTC Recommendations

FTC offers guidance for proper mobile device security patches and software updates. Hunton & Williams LLP summarizes the FTC advice.

Facebook Privacy Center: What You Need to Know

Facebook earlier this quarter published its privacy principles and will centralize its privacy settings in a single place. Hunton & Williams explains.

GSA to Upgrade Cybersecurity Requirements

The General Services Administration (“GSA”) plans to upgrade its cybersecurity requirements in an effort to build upon the Department of Defense’s new cybersecurity requirements, DFAR Section 252.204-7012.

NY Department of Financial Services: Cybersecurity Filing Deadline Approaches

A New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) reminder: Entities covered by cybersecurity regulation face February 15 filing deadline.

Why Mobile Phone Retailer Faces Unprecedented Security-related Fine

Hunton & Williams explains why The Car Phone Warehouse faces at £400,000 monetary penalty over security and privacy issues.