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Happy First Birthday to the NIST Privacy Framework!
January 21, 2021
BakerHostetler partner Jeewon Serrato has contributed a NIST Privacy Framework’s CCPA Crosswalk and is featured in an animated video by the NIST which shows how the NIST Privacy Framework can be used by organizations to build trust with...
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Compliance and Cybersecurity Best Practices Rewarded with HIPAA Safe Harbor
By Vimala Devassy, Sara M. Goldstein, Kyle R. Gregory
January 13, 2021
On January 5, 2021, H.R. 7898 was signed into law with little fanfare, thereby amending the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act.[1] As the healthcare industry continues to serve as one of the top targets for...
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Welcome to the Digital Transformation and Digital Economy Newsletter, January 2021 Issue
By Kyle R. Gregory, Theresa M. Weisenberger
January 12, 2021
Across the economy, businesses are using digital technology to pivot into innovative service lines, accelerate growth and transform their businesses altogether. These businesses’ digital strategies and data assets play important roles in...
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New York Legislature Introduces CCPA Clone with Private Right of Action
By Kyle R. Fath, Melinda L. McLellan
January 8, 2021
The 2021-22 New York State legislative session started off with a bang, featuring nearly a dozen consumer privacy bills introduced in the House and Senate on the opening day. A number of the proposals, including the New York Privacy Act...
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A Risk-Based Approach to the SolarWinds Vulnerability Disclosures
By Adam I. Cohen, Andreas T. Kaltsounis
January 6, 2021
On December 13, 2020, SolarWinds disclosed that an unknown attacker compromised its network and inserted malicious code (referred to as the Sunburst vulnerability) into software updates for the Orion platform. In what will likely become...