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Port of Los Angeles to Secure Its Supply Chain with a Cyber Resilience Center

The Port of Los Angeles is creating a Cyber Resilience Center to protect its supply chain via a $6.8 million, three-year agreement with IBM Security. The CRC will be a maritime Security Intelligence and Operations Center to automate cyber threat collaboration, extending beyond shipping companies to include stakeholders more broadly involved in cargo flow. These […]
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CCPA Update: California AG Proposes Fourth Set of Changes to CCPA Regulations

The California Attorney General’s office has announced a fourth set of proposed modifications to the CCPA regulations. The proposal clarifies that businesses that sell personal information that they collect “in the course of interacting with consumers offline” must provide offline opt-out notices and instructions (e.g. a sign in a store, oral notice over the phone). […]
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California AG Proposes Regulatory Changes to CCPA

The California Attorney General’s office provided “Notice of Fourth Set of Modifications” to regulations under the California Consumer Privacy Act. The new proposed regulatory text would modify the current regulations which took effect in August. The latest proposal responds to comments on a prior draft and primarily addresses the presentation of the right to opt out of […]
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You’re CCPA Compliant. So Now What? Top Tips for Companies Looking Ahead to the...

The November 2020 election left a lot of questions.  Among them, companies doing business in California are now asking about compliance with yet another California data privacy law, this time the California Privacy Rights and Enforcement Act of 2020 (the “CPRA”).  This article gives an overview addressing the what, when, and how of the CPRA.  […]
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More Modifications to the CCPA Regulations Proposed as California Readies to Launch New CPRA...

On Thursday, December 10, 2020, the California Attorney General’s (AG) office released a new set of proposed modifications to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) regulations. The CCPA regulations were just finalized earlier this year, on August 14, 2020. Since then, the AG has proposed two sets of modifications—one set of modifications proposed in October and this latest set modifications proposed […]
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The CCPA’s “Final Regulations” Are Changing – A Summary of OAL’s Third and Fourth...

On December 10, 2020, the California Attorney General (AG) released the Fourth Set of Proposed Modifications to the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) Regulations, styled as “Modifications to Proposed Modifications.” The Fourth Set comes shortly after the comment period for the Third Set of Proposed Modifications closed on Oct. 28. Per the AG’s Notice of […]
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California Attorney General Releases Fourth Set of Proposed Modifications to California Consumer Privacy Act...

Yesterday, the California Attorney General (“AG”) proposed a fourth set of modifications to the California Consumer Privacy Act regulations. These modifications build on the third set of proposed regulations released by the AG in October. Interested parties have until December 28 to submit comments in response. The proposed modifications are the most recent chapter in a lengthy rulemaking process, in […]
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Will Congress Ever Fund State and Local Cybersecurity Grants?

The National Association of State Chief Information Officers has long called for Congress to create an annual funding stream to help states and localities shore up their defenses against ransomware and other cyberattacks. However, the Senate is expected to adjourn shortly without taking action to match a House bill authorizing DHS to distribute $400 million […]
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Defense Bill Set to Pass with State Cybersecurity Programs

The 2021 National Defense Authorization Act contains multiple items aimed at states’ cybersecurity efforts, including one that formalizes and expands the role that National Guard units play in cyber operations, including when they can be called upon to respond to an incident and how they collaborate with civilian agencies. The NDAA would direct the Departments […]
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Arbitration Agreements in Privacy Disputes: The Wyze Decision and the CCPA

The District Court for the Western District of Washington decided in favor of Wyze Labs In re: Wyze Data Incident Litigation, finding that a “clickwrap” agreement in the software to use the company’s “smart home” equipment – requiring any disputes and claims to be handled by arbitration – was valid. Therefore the plaintiffs could not […]
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