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May 18, 2009  4:51 PM

What will compliance with the Massachusetts data protection act mean?



Posted by: GuyPardon
201CMR17, data protection, Information privacy, Law, MA data protection law, Massachusetts, Massachusetts Senate, privacy, regulatory compliance, Security

A bill being discussed in the Massachusetts Senate proposes major changes to MA GL 93H, the Data Breach Notification Act. These changes could in turn result in revisions to

May 6, 2009  4:32 PM

Red Flags Rule delay reveals troubling pattern developing



Posted by: Scot Petersen
data leakage, data protection, FTC, MA data protection law, PCI, Red Flag Rule

May 1 passed without the raising of the Red Flags: The Federal Trade Commission announced a delay in the enforcement of the Red Flags Rule, which requires companies to come up with programs to detect and...


April 16, 2009  6:20 PM

Email to the Editor: 201 CMR 17.00, ID theft and data protection



Posted by: GuyPardon
compliance, Email to the Editor, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, identity theft, Information security, MA data protection law

Great article ["Panels describe risks of noncompliance with Mass. data protection law"]. Numerous thought-provoking statements in this article and in the legislation itself. My first thought is that...


March 13, 2009  8:54 PM

Coming: State privacy laws run amok



Posted by: Scot Petersen
compliance, conference, data protection, encryption, governance, MA data protection law, regulatory compliance, risk management

As business owners are preparing for the new Massachusetts data protection law, also known as 201 CMR 17: Standards for The Protection of Personal Information of Residents of the...


March 13, 2009  6:03 PM

Risk-based approach to information governance at Compliance Decisions



Posted by: GuyPardon
Capability Maturity Model Integration, compliance, conference, data protection, encryption, governance, Information security, MA data protection law, regulatory compliance, Risk assessment, risk management, Twitter, Virtualization

As I wrote yesterday, the Compliance Decisions Summit got off to a great start when Eric Holmquist and Richard Mackey considered the

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