The new year is bringing some additional requirements to business which require more attention to privacy and cybersecurity. Learn more.
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By Wajiha Misbah, legal extern, and Julie Bishop, partner Multi-factor authentication (MFA) and two-factor authentication (2FA) are security mechanisms that […]
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Part II – The HIPAA Privacy & Security Rule n Part I of this series, we covered what the Health […]
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Overview Even though both parties in an M&A transaction are trying to get to the same end, these transactions involve […]
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What is modern enterprise backup? Modern enterprise backup can be thought of as a digital “insurance policy” for an organization’s […]
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Part I – An Overview If you work in the healthcare field, or if you have ever been seen as […]
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In the summer of 2021, Colorado established the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA), which goes into effect on July 1, 2023.  […]
CDPA requires that businesses only hold the pieces of data they need for a specific purpose and necessary to achieve that purpose; these principles are commonly referred to
In David Karling, et. Al. v. Samsara, Inc., a federal court in the Northern District of Illinois has declined to dismiss a class action complaint brought under the Illinois Biometric Information & Privacy Act (“BIPA”), by a truck driver against a maker of facial recognition
Unique among state laws, the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”) creates a private right of action for "any person aggrieved" by a violation of the statute and provides for statutory damages of $1,000 for a negligent violation to $5,000