Identity Breach Notification Statutes

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Forty-eight states, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands have enacted legislation requiring private or governmental en.ies to notify individuals of security breaches of information involving personally identifiable information. PLEASE NOTE: NCSL . - Amends the Breach of Personal Information Notification Act, provides forle of act, for definitions and for notification of breach, prohibits employees of the state from using non secured Internet connections, provides for a policy and for en.ies subject to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act .Please note that several states have amended their respective data breach notification statutes during the 2016 legislative session. These amendments may affect or modify any current data breach notification requirements. DWT 's State Data Breach Notification Summaries will be updated as these amendments go into effect.. - While most state data breach notification statutes contain similar components, there are important differences, meaning a one-size-fits-all approach to notification will not suffice. What 's more, as data breaches continue to rise, states are responding with increasingly frequent and divergent changes to their .

NOTIFICATION REQUIRED FOLLOWING BREACH OF The notification shall be made as soon as the law enforcement a victim of iden.y theft under this .Medical Information Specific Breach Notification Statute: For clinics, health facilities, home healthcies, and ho.es licensed pursuant to , 1725, or 1745 of the California Health and Safety Code, the state's Medical Information Breach Notification statute may apply. The statute applies to patients' medical information..Security Breach Notification Law. are included without a name if a compromise would be sufficient to attempt to perform iden.y theft using that information..Data Breach Response: Most states have breach notification laws that tell you what information you must, We have enclosed a copy of Iden.y Theft: .

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