Taxpayer Cybersecurity – Step 5: Create a Data Theft Recovery Plan

The Security Summit, consisting of the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”), state tax agencies, and private-sector tax industry officials, is encouraging tax professionals during the 2019 summer season to take some time to assess their data security policies and review critical … Continue reading

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Taxpayer Cybersecurity – Step 4: Recognize Identity Theft

The Security Summit, consisting of the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”), state tax agencies, and private-sector tax industry officials, is encouraging tax professionals during the 2019 summer season to take some time to assess their data security policies and review critical … Continue reading

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Taxpayer Cybersecurity – Step 3: Avoid E-mail Phishing Scams

The Security Summit, consisting of the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”), state tax agencies, and private-sector tax industry officials, is encouraging tax professionals during the 2019 summer season to take some time to assess their data security policies and review critical … Continue reading

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The Anatomy of an FTC Data Security Lawsuit

The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) has described itself as “Your cop on the privacy beat” and a top federal regulator of consumer-facing data security practices.  An example of how the FTC asserts itself when it comes to data security and … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules that Employers Have an Affirmative Duty to Protect Workers’ Personal Data from Cybercriminals: Will Other States Follow?

In a landmark decision with far-reaching implication, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently held that employers have an affirmative duty to protect their employees’ personal information from criminal hacking. In particular, on November 21, 2018, the court ruled in Dittman v. … Continue reading

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The Arizona Data Breach Law

All U.S states have laws about data security and what to do when there’s a data breach. Here is what’s in the Arizona law. Who The Law Applies To. The law applies to anyone who conducts business in Arizona and … Continue reading

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Snell & Wilmer Rolls Out Interactive Data Breach Map

Snell & Wilmer’s Breach Response Team regularly guides clients through all phases of data breach and cyber incident response, including leading internal investigations related to data breaches and cyber incidents in coordination with third-party forensic experts; providing comprehensive crisis management … Continue reading

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Alabama’s Data Breach Law

All U.S states now have laws about data security and what to do when there’s a data breach. Alabama recently was the 50th state to add such a law, and it takes effect on June 1, 2018. Here are its … Continue reading

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South Dakota’s New Breach Notification Law

On March 21, 2018, South Dakota became the 49th state to enact a breach notification law. The South Dakota law will take effect on July 1, 2018.  Here is a summary of several of the new legislation’s key features: Defining … Continue reading

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New Mexico’s Data Breach Law

All U.S states have laws about data security and what to do when there’s a data breach. Here is what’s in the New Mexico law. Who The Law Applies To. The law applies to anyone who conducts business in New … Continue reading

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