Time to Get Rid of Those Post-it Notes with All Your Passwords!!!

Cozen O’Connor’s Health Law Informer recently ran a timely piece that should be of interest to everyone.  The article describes a new law signed by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie requiring health insurance carriers to encrypt or otherwise secure computerized records of personal information. You can see the piece written by Ryan Blaney and J. Nicole Martin here, and of course, stay tuned to both the Health Law Informer and the Cyber Law Monitor for continuing updates on cybersecurity and data breach standards throughout the country.

About The Author

Matt has counseled clients on the evaluation of data privacy risks, responses and solutions, and he serves as a breach coach, providing analysis and advice to address data breach events, including forensics, notification pursuant to federal and state laws, credit monitoring, and public relations issues. In addition to breach response, Matt has counseled insurers on the underwriting of cyber/tech policies.

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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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