While businesses operating in California are still adjusting to the requirements of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and are watching for enforcement actions brought by the California Attorney General, as its enforcement powers begin on July 1, an expansive new privacy initiative was certified today by the California Secretary
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On Friday, May 29, 2020, Davis Polk’s own Rob Cohen led a panel on cybersecurity law and enforcement issues for the Practising Law Institute’s (“PLI”) tenth annual program on enforcement. The panel included individuals from the FBI, U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, New York
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On Tuesday April 14, 2020, the fifth annual Incident Response Forum (the “Forum”) convened an extensive roster of presenters from private practice and the government, including from the DHS, DOJ, FTC, SEC, NYDFS, FBI, and the Secret Service, to discuss best practices for incident response.

The government panelists shared insights
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As we have discussed here previously, the coronavirus outbreak has driven many companies further into the digital workplace, putting new strains on information technology systems and related privacy and security compliance controls.  Despite these burdens on companies, few regulators have offered relief from their privacy and security requirements.  As detailed
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