We have been following proposed legislation to modify the Connecticut data breach notification law as it worked its way (unsuccessfully) through the 2012 General Session of the legislature. To our surprise, it has, nonetheless, been passed as part of the state's General Assembly's Special Session — included in the state's Budget Bill as Section 130. The text of the Budget Bill linked in this blog post includes the marked changes to Section 36a-701b.The revised version of Section 36a-701b, will be effective October 1, 2012, and requires the reporting of a "breach of security" to the Connecticut Attorney General. This is in addition to any other data breach reporting...
Revisions To Connecticut Data Breach Notification Law Pass In Budget Bill
|Author:||Ms Cynthia Larose|
|Profession:||Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.|
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