Get to know the New York SHIELD Act and how it applies even to those outside of New York.
Effective as of March 2020, New York has passed new data security requirements. The “Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act” (SHIELD Act) imposes specific cybersecurity requirements on businesses.
The new law requires businesses to develop, implement and maintain “reasonable safeguards to protect the security, confidentiality and integrity” of New York residents’ data.
Watch this on-demand webinar as we review the act and how it applies to any person or business, even those outside of the New York, that own or license data containing “private information” of a New York resident. Topics include:
- What to know about the new Shield act
- How to implement a “data security program” that includes the right safeguards
- Steps to achieve compliance
- Penalties for non-compliance