New Ariz. Cyberattack Info Sharing May Be Worth The Burden

By Christine Czuprynski and Kate Jarrett (May 19, 2022, 5:58 PM EDT) -- Businesses in the U.S. have a complex framework of state, federal and sector-specific data breach notification laws to follow.

While the hope is that the information sharing and cooperation between businesses, cyber experts and government agencies will ultimately help all those involved better prepare for, prevent and mitigate data security incidents, there is a question of whether the increased burden on a business suffering an attack is worth it.

State-Level Reporting Requirements

Arizona, for example, amended its breach notification law on March 29 to require that organizations hit with a breach affecting more than 1,000 individuals notify the Arizona Department of...

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