Thomas on Data Breach: A Practical Guide to Handling Data Breach Notifications Worldwide, 2020 ed.
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Data breach activities have become extremely common and there is nothing worse, as a general counsel than getting distress calls on data breaches from various departments. Companies carry sensitive information and their data is always at risk. Teams often prepare well in advance for such situations and try to determine what information was accessed, who accessed it, and if employees or consumers have been put at risk. But each situation is fact-specific, so no amount of drills will answer these questions for every breach.
Often there is very little information available to understand the legal obligations and the following questions are left unanswered:
- Do we have to notify under various data breach notification laws
- Whom do we notify and how quickly
- What should be included in the notice
- What is our potential exposure after the notice goes out
- Did we do all that we could have to prevent the attack
The answers to these questions can be tricky. Thomas on Data Breach: A Practical Guide to Handling Data Breach Notifications Worldwide, 2020 Edition is intended to fill a glaring void and serve as a helpful tool in navigating a data breach. The book will help you understand breach notification requirements so you can have a clear plan in place before the breach occurs. As the nation and the world debates issues about data breach laws, this book gives a comprehensive overview of where we are right now, and how to best prepare for the future.
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