2020 Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Year in Review

Thursday, January 28, 2021

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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