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CPW’s Shea Leitch and Kyle Dull to Speak at ACC South Florida’s 12th Annual CLE Conference

CPW’s David Oberly

The New York Department of Financial Services (“NYDFS”) recently posted a request for public comment on a set of proposed amendments to NYDFS’ current “Cybersecurity Requirements for Financial Services Companies” (“Regulations”).[1] The amendments to the Regulations (“Pre-Proposal Amendments”) are in the “pre-proposal” phase, meaning that the NYDFS will issue official proposed amendments in the near future. Once official proposed amendments are issued, a 60-day public comment period starts, which means that amended Regulations likely will take effect sometime in 2023. In the meantime, entities subject to the Regulations should review the Pre-Proposal Amendments to help ensure sufficient time and resources to implement new requirements.

As background, the Regulations became effective on March 1, 2017, but followed a phased implementation process. The Regulations apply to all entities licensed by the NYDFS (“covered entities”), including banks, insurance companies, money transmitters and other financial services firms doing business in New York. The last phase of the Regulations was implemented in March 2019, at which point the Regulations were fully effective.

Continue Reading The NYDFS Proposes Substantial Amendments to Cyber Regulations

Last week, the House Energy and Commerce Committee advanced H.R. 4551, the “Reporting Attacks from Nations Selected for Oversight and Monitoring Web Attacks and Ransomware from Enemies Act” (“RANSOMWARE Act”).  H.R. 4551 was introduced by Consumer Protection and Commerce Ranking Member Gus Bilirakis (R-FL).

If it becomes law, H.R. 4551 would amend Section 14 of

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CPW’s Stephanie Faber Speaks at French Association of Personal Data Protection Correspondents Annual Meeting

Future Uncertain for the American

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CPW’s Kristin Bryan and Shea Leitch Quoted in GDR re National Privacy Legislation | Consumer Privacy World

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New Webinar: Employee and Other HR Data Under the California Privacy Rights Act

ABA Webinar featuring CPW’s Kristin Bryan

2022 is not even halfway over, and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has already made it a banner year for the SEC’s efforts to shape cybersecurity policy.  This alert highlights this year’s cyber developments to date and the SEC’s likely future regulatory efforts in this space.

January: Chair Gensler Sets out Cyber Regulation Roadmap

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NOW AVAILABLE: Lexis Practical Guidance Releases CPW Team Member David Oberly’s “Mitigating Legal Risks When Using Biometric Technologies” Biometric

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Connecticut General Assembly Passes Comprehensive Privacy Bill

Federal Trade Commission Proposes Adjustments to Telemarketing Sales Rule, Including B2b Telemarketing

Earlier this month, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair Gary Gensler again described new cybersecurity regulations SEC staff are considering, this time in a speech before government organizations tasked with improving the security of financial sector infrastructure. In his remarks before a joint meeting of the Financial and Banking Information Infrastructure Committee (FBIIC)