With the summer winding down and children already heading back to school, most state legislators have already said “sine die” to the 2017 legislative session. And like in legislative sessions over the past few years, data security and data breach notification continued to occupy the legislative calendars of state houses across the country in 2017. During the past session, a myriad of bills affecting breach notification requirements were proposed in numerous state legislatures.Read more »
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