The NY SHIELD Act: What You and Your Clients (In and Out of NY State) Should Know
Created on November 19, 2019
In July 2019, New York State enacted the Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security (SHIELD) Act. The Act both updates New York's existing data breach notification law and creates new security requirements that affect a wide array of organizations both inside and outside of New York State. Many of these organizations are now subject to security requirements for the first time.
Attorney and security consultant Scott Aurnou will walk you through what the new law says, what it doesn't, and the steps needed to comply with its new security mandates.
- Address the changes made to New York's existing data breach notification law
- Discuss the newly enacted security requirements
- Identify the wide array of organizations that are in scope under the Act
- Apply the security requirements outlined in the Act
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