2020 Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Year in Review
This past year we saw a precedential number of changes to the cyber landscape, exacerbated by the COVID pandemic causing incredible amounts of workers and companies to move to a more virtual format of conducting business as well as consumers moving to digital and virtual platforms. These legal changes and updates significantly continue to impact all industries.
Major data breaches that occurred during 2020 – including a discussion regarding the SolarWinds breach
Updates regarding FTC privacy and cybersecurity orders
Discussing various U.S. and International privacy laws - including the now effective CCPA, passage of the California’s Consumer Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), fall-out from the Schrems II decision, lawsuits arising from Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA), and enactment of Brazil’s General Data Protection Law (LGPD)
Additional updates regarding various U.S. and International cybersecurity laws and legislation
Join Brooks Kushman Cybersecurity Co-Chair John Rondini as he reviews these developments and discusses trends he sees as well as potential strategies to better protect your organization in 2021.
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