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Feds Push for Better Cybersecurity

President Obama has long discussed the importance of improving governmental cybersecurity, but the issue gained significant traction last year after two massive breaches at the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). In February 2016, the President issued an Executive Order to

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Posted in Legislation, Privacy, Regulations

FTC Loses in LabMD Data Security Case: ALJ Sets High Bar for Consumer Harm

On November 13, 2015, an administrative law judge (“ALJ”) ruled against the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) in its high-profile data security case against LabMD. The ALJ ruled that the FTC had failed to show that LabMD’s conduct had caused harm

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Posted in Data Breach, Data Security, FTC, HIPAA, Litigation
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In the new digital world, individuals and businesses are almost entirely dependent on computer technology and electronic communications to function on a daily basis. Although the power of modern technology is a source of opportunity and inspiration—it also poses huge challenges, from protecting privacy and securing proprietary data to adhering to fast-changing statutory and regulatory requirements. The Cyber Law Monitor blog covers privacy, data security, technology, and cyber space. It tracks major legal and policy developments and provides analysis of current events.
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