Pennsylvania bill requiring state agencies to notify individuals of breaches within seven day approved

Times Observer reports:

The Senate Communications & Technology Committee approved a bill requiring timely public notification when a security breach compromises personal information, according to Senator Dan Laughlin, prime sponsor of the bill.

Senate Bill 487 updates the Breach of Personal Information Notification Act to require state agencies victimized by a breach involving personally identifiable information to report the incident to those affected within seven days.

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