“Cybersecurity” has emerged as one of top risks facing organizations. Considering the steady stream of massive data breaches affecting millions (sometimes billions), the debilitating effects of ransomware on an organization’s information systems, the intrigue of international threat actors, and the mobilization and collaboration of national law enforcement to thwart these attacks, it’s no wonder. Notions

On April 4, 2024, Kentucky’s Governor signed House Bill 15, which establishes a consumer data privacy law for the state. The state joins New Hampshire and New Jersey in passing comprehensive consumer privacy laws in 2024. Kentucky’s law takes effect January 1, 2026.

To whom does the law apply?

The law applies to persons

California Invasion of Privacy Act (CIPA) has become a focal point in recent legal battles, particularly within the retail industry. As retailers increasingly adopt technologies like session replay and chatbots to enhance customer experiences, they inadvertently tread into murky legal waters. These technologies, while valuable for optimizing websites and addressing customer inquiries, have faced a barrage of lawsuits and threats.

To celebrate Data Privacy Day (January 28), we present our top ten data privacy and cybersecurity predictions for 2024.

  1. AI regulations to protect data privacy.

Automated decision-making tools, smart cameras, wearables, and similar applications, powered by technology commonly referred to as “artificial intelligence” or “AI” will continue to expand in 2024 as will the regulations

As the year comes to a close here are some of the highlights from the Workplace Privacy, Data Management & Security Report with our Top 10 most popular topics from 2023.

  1. States Passing Comprehensive Privacy Laws

There was a landslide of comprehensive state privacy laws passed in 2023, from coast to coast. The laws are

Recently, things may have sped up a little in your doctor’s office. The notes for your recent visit may have been organized and filed a little more quickly. You might have received assistance sooner than expected with a physician letter to your carrier concerning a claim. You also may have received copies of those medical

The Department of Health and Human Services and the Federal Trade Commission have sent a joint letter to approximately 130 hospital systems and telehealth providers to emphasize the risks and concerns about the use of technologies, such as the Meta/Facebook pixel and Google Analytics, that can track a user’s online activities. We have summarized each