New York State SHIELD Act increases cybersecurity requirements effective March 21, 2020

Broadens the scope of “private information”.

Broadens the scope of a “data breach”.

Broadens the data breach notification requirements.

Requires “reasonable” administrative, technical, and physical data security safeguards.

Imposes penalties up to $250,000 for non-compliance.

Click HERE to get compliant.

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