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Recap of the Data Protection Seminar

On July 17, McBrayer and Business Lexington presented a panel discussion on new Kentucky legislation, specifically House Bill 5 and House Bill 232, which affects business owners, non-profit organizations, and entities with government contracts who handle personal information. The panel included Trigg Mitchell, a senior associate from McBrayer's Corporate & Business Law Department, and Chris Nolan, a lobbyist and communication specialist from MML&K Government Solutions, among others. The panelists discussed how the laws came about, the definitions and details included therein, and provided real-world advice about how to institute security and breach notification policies and procedures. More >

Businesses, Take Note of New Breach Notification Duty

Kentucky just became the 47th state to enact breach notification legislation. For businesses, that means that there is a now a legal obligation to inform customers when a data breach occurs that could leave them vulnerable to identify theft. No business's security system is safe from hackers. You may recall that in January 2014, Target reported that between 70 to 110 million of its customers had personal information stolen in a widespread data breach during the holiday season. Data breaches, whether big or small, can leave customers exposed to fraudulent activity and cause massive reputational damage to businesses. More >

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