Colorado Legislature Signals That It May Create More Stringent Data Destruction Regulations and Tighten Breach Reporting Requirements
Sammantha Tillotson and Casie Collignon of BakerHostetler write:
In January 2018, Colorado legislators sponsored a bill that, if passed, will change the state’s existing data breach reporting laws in important ways. A House Committee Report detailing the current version of the bill can be found here. The bill would create a new statute, C.R.S. § 6-1-713.5, titled Protection of Personal Identifying Information, which amends the existing statutes C.R.S. § 6-1-713, governing the disposal of personal identifying information, and C.R.S. § 6-1-716, Notification of Security Breach.
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