Data privacy breaches are unfortunately common, and many states are increasing the liability for organizations that suffer from cybersecurity leaks. California enacted the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in 2018, and the newer California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) goes into effect in January 2023. These laws will change the landscape for those conducting business in California. But California certainly isn’t the only place.
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Read more about data privacy and your business’s responsibility in these articles from the Pasha Law Blog.
In 2019 and 2020, Texas updated Data Privacy laws. Are you in compliance?
Learn your responsibility for data privacy.
California’s CCPA applies to ANY for-profit entity meeting certain requirements, including healthcare providers.
Keep patient data safe to avoid hefty fines.
Data breaches are a common occurrence and can be a costly misstep.
Avoid following in the Kardiashians’ footsteps with these tips for reducing your risk of a data breach.
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