On May 1, 2019, Governor Kay Ivey signed Alabama S.B. 54 into law, making Alabama the latest state to pass a law mandating heightened standards within the insurance industry for cybersecurity and data privacy. The Insurance Information Security Program Requirement applies specifically to insurers and other entities licensed by the Alabama Department of Insurance.Read more »
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