New Data Security Laws in New York State Impact Businesses with Residents’ Personal Information

HSE Privacy and Data Security attorneys, Anna S.M. McCarthy and Daniel J. Altieri, contributed to the Access US Newsletter of Invest Buffalo Niagara, the area’s leading private sector economic development and business attraction organization.

The article titled, “New Data Security Laws in New York State Impact Businesses with Residents’ Personal Information,” provides information about the New York State SHIELD Act that adds new substantive data security requirements for any person or business that owns or licenses computerized data including the defined “private information” of a New York resident.

To view the article on the Invest Buffalo Niagara website, click here.

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