Big Data Breaches Shine Spotlight on Laws Impacting Employee Data Protection

John Litchfield of Foley & Lardner reminds employers that there are new laws coming into effect that impact employers’ collection and protection of employee data. The following laws, he notes, come online this year:

Additionally, for employers doing business in Canada, new laws impose a $100,000 per person per day penalty on any covered entity, including banks, telecommunications and broadcasting companies, and trucking companies, for failure to meet the federal notice of breach requirements.

Read more about these new requirements on National Law Review.

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