NJ Assembly Votes To Expand Data Breach Notification Requirements

Date: 12/30/2014 Publication: Website CooperLevenson Publication: Website Summary: On December 15, 2014, the New Jersey Assembly approved broader disclosure requirements for companies that experience data breaches in an attempt to better protect consumers from identity theft. Companies such as JPMorgan Chase, TD Bank, N.A., Home Depot Corp., Kmart Corp. and Neiman Marcus Group Ltd. LLC … Continue reading “NJ Assembly Votes To Expand Data Breach Notification Requirements”

Developing a Cyber Risk Management Policy

Date: 12/01/2014 Publication: Wesite CooperLevenson Publication: Website Summary: Implementation of a proper cyber risk management policy (“CRM Policy”) is critical to the practical and legal viability of New Jersey businesses. Currently, New Jersey law provides that businesses that experience a data breach are required to notify all impacted parties, including consumers, vendors, and law enforcement. … Continue reading “Developing a Cyber Risk Management Policy”

Developing a Cyber Risk Management Strategy

Developing cyber risk management strategies before the occurrence of an adverse event reduces the cost and duration of loss. To accomplish this task, you must first understand your risk profile throughout the life cycle (analysis, mitigation, and monitoring) of an adverse cyber event. In the long term, undertaking this process will also all you to … Continue reading “Developing a Cyber Risk Management Strategy”

Cyber Risk Management For Business

Date: 10/23/2014 Publication: Website CooperLevenson Publication: Website Summary: Increased reporting about data breaches in the popular media has caused the mistaken belief that cyber risks are limited to the sphere of e-commerce. In reality, cyber risks are broad – represented by virtual hazards that individuals and organizations encounter on a daily basis. As modern society … Continue reading “Cyber Risk Management For Business”