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ICYMI, be sure to read some of our more popular posts from Password Protected as well as these other recent data privacy and cybersecurity developments:

SEC Disclosure Analysis in Light of the Yahoo Settlement

U.S. Companies: Are You Ready for GDPR?

HIPAA in Due Diligence (Part I): Four Key Diligence Questions

South Carolina Requires Cybersecurity Program for Insurance Licensees

New York Cybersecurity Regulations: Additional Testing and Reporting Requirements Take Effect

Considerations in Drafting Limitations of Liability for Data Breaches

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Photo of Meaghan Pedati Meaghan Pedati

Meaghan helps her clients navigate international, federal and state privacy and cybersecurity laws so that they may successfully manage risk and accomplish their business goals. Specifically, she advises clients on the New York DFS Cybersecurity Regulation, the GDPR, GLBA, and NIST. She is a member of the firm’s Data Privacy and Security industry team and serves as an editor of the Password Protected blog.

Photo of Andrew Konia Andrew Konia

Andrew’s practice is singularly focused on protecting clients’ businesses and data, anticipating disputes, and strengthening their competitive position in the marketplace.