NY Data Security Law Boosts Liability As Cyberattacks Surge

By Allison Grande (April 16, 2020, 9:18 PM EDT) -- A New York law that requires companies to fortify their data security programs went live quietly last month, significantly expanding businesses' liability risks and forcing them to take a hard look at how they're protecting personal data at a time when hackers are seizing on the coronavirus pandemic to launch a fresh wave of attacks....

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