Business owners in all states should be aware of laws and initiatives as they develop to ensure they are in compliance and to avoid fines or lawsuits. California has proven to hold businesses to the strictest standard in the United States in protecting their citizens’ data privacy with the introduction of the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) in 2018, and the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), which will take effect January 1, 2023.
Data privacy and security are ever-changing from both a legal and a technical perspective. Barrett McNagny and JH Specialty have partnered with Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly to offer this webinar to keep you up-to-date on data privacy best practices.
Privacy and cybersecurity are becoming increasingly newsworthy as more and more businesses are suffering hacks and breaches to their networks and valuable data. It is important for every business to have a basic understanding of privacy and cybersecurity issues and their implication on operations.
Justin Molitoris, a business and corporate law attorney, obtained the CIPP/US certification from the International Association of Privacy Professionals identifying him as a certified information privacy professional. This certification demonstrates his familiarity with the federal, state and regulatory legal framework of the United States relating to information privacy and cybersecurity.
Data and privacy are increasing concerns in today’s business environment. Many states and foreign governments have passed legislation that attempts to address some potential risks existing in our hyper-cyber environment.
U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) released updated resources for employers, employees, and states to prevent fraud or misuse in the unemployment insurance system, including the new unemployment insurance programs under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
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