By

Shay Banerjee

29 January 2020

NIST Releases Version 1.0 of Privacy Framework to Help Organizations Manage Privacy Risks and Improve Protection of Personal Data

With issues around the collection and handling of personal data becoming the focus of increased scrutiny among regulators, policymakers, and consumers, interest has continued to grow among organizations to better understand and address privacy risk.  Seeking to support innovation in the market and to accommodate the increasingly global nature of … Read More

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03 June 2019

Recent Risk Alerts by SEC OCIE Highlight Privacy and Cybersecurity Issues in Examinations

The SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) released two Risk Alerts, on April 16, 2019 and May 23, 2019, highlighting the importance of privacy and cybersecurity compliance for SEC-registered investment advisors and broker-dealers under Regulation S-P. As previously covered on Data Matters, OCIE has consistently identified cybersecurity as … Read More

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29 May 2019

NYC Automated Decision-Making Task Force Forum Provides Insight Into Broader Efforts to Regulate Artificial Intelligence

More and more entities are deploying machine learning and artificial intelligence to automate tasks previously performed by humans.  Such efforts carry with them real benefits, such as the enhancement of operational efficiency and the reduction of costs, but they also raise a number of concerns regarding their potential impacts on … Read More

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11 February 2019

Michigan Adopts National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ (NAIC) Insurance Data Security Model Law

On December 28, 2018, Michigan adopted the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ (NAIC) Insurance Data Security Model Law in the form of Michigan H.B. 6491 (Act). By doing so, Michigan joins Ohio and South Carolina as the third state to adopt the Model Law and the fifth state – along … Read More

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23 April 2018

An Approach to Cybersecurity Risk Oversight for Corporate Directors

*This article first appeared in In-House Defense Quarterly on April 3, 2018

The growing volume and severity of cyber-attacks directed against public companies has caught the attention of federal regulators and investors. Recent guidance from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on disclosure and enforcement actions by the Federal … Read More

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24 October 2017

NIST’s Digital Identity Guidelines Favor the User

With the continued rise of data breaches rooted in a compromise of user credentials, interest has continued to build in more secure form of digital identities for authentication.  Supporting controls for federal agencies as well as innovation in the market, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (“NIST”) published its … Read More

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