Law360 (September 17, 2020, 4:59 PM EDT) -- From February through June, five states and Washington, D.C., added new or amended existing data breach notification requirements to:
Require attorney general notice;
Broaden existing definitions, e.g., expand the definition of personal information;
Add certain content requirements;
Require credit monitoring services;
Add data security requirements;
Regulate the insurance industry through implementation of the National Association of Insurance Commissioner's insurance data security model law; and
Narrow the application of substitute notice.
The following table provides a high-level overview of the respective data breach notification requirements, and the below state-by-state sections provide an overview and analysis of the same.
Bill: H.B. 1372
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