Tag archives: personal information

Ninth Circuit further entrenches circuit split over standing in data breach cases

Norton Rose Fulbright - Data Protection Report blogOn March 8, 2018, the Ninth Circuit issued its highly anticipated decision in In re Zappos.com, Inc., finding that allegations of future risk of identity theft from a data breach are sufficient to confer standing. This decision fuels an ongoing circuit split, pitting the D.C., Sixth, Seventh and now Ninth Circuits against the Second, Fourth, … Continue reading

South Dakota and Colorado strengthen data breach protections

Norton Rose Fulbright - Data Protection Report blogLast week, South Dakota moved closer to implementing a data breach notification law, while Colorado legislators introduced a new bill requiring “reasonable security procedures,” imposing data disposal rules and shortening the time frame in which to alert authorities regarding a breach.  South Dakota and Colorado are the latest states taking steps in cybersecurity lawmaking in … Continue reading

Senate passes cybersecurity bill, bringing immunity for sharing cyberthreat data closer to reality

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose FulbrightOn October 27, 2015, the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2015 (CISA), passed the Senate, by a 74-21 vote. The bill’s passing by such an overwhelming majority is a crucial step towards the controversial CISA becoming law, with support from some security experts and to the chagrin of other privacy advocates.… Continue reading

Nevada amends data security law to expand definition of “Personal Information”

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose FulbrightOn May 13, 2015, Governor Brian Sandoval of Nevada signed Assembly Bill No. 179 (“AB 179”) into law. AB 179 amends Nevada Revised Statutes § 603A.040, which defines “Personal Information” for Nevada’s laws on the security of personal information. This amendment will take effect on July 1, 2015.… Continue reading