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News, commentary, and legal updates from attorneys in the Data Security and Workplace Privacy Practice Group at Fisher Phillips.
Posts from August 2019.

On July 25, 2019, New York Governor Anthony Cuomo signed the Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act (SHIELD Act) into law.  The Act creates additional protections for the residents of New York and their private information.  It also endeavors to improve cybersecurity measures for those who possess private information about New York residents. 

Alright. So, you’ve battened down the hatches of your company’s premises, to protect your employees and your information. Employees are required to create secret computer passwords they’re not to share with anyone, even colleagues. Your policy requires changing passwords every 45 days. You’ve installed security guards at the front desk, distributed security badges to limit access to your premises, conducted background checks on your new hires. You require signed Confidentiality, Non-solicitation, and Non-competition Agreements with employees to whom you’ve provided access to your secrets. You’ve erected firewalls to protect your servers.

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