Data Security and Data Privacy

Publications

, Senator Ron Wyden
Wyden, Lummis, Whitehouse, Rubio and Hagerty Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Protect Americans’ Private Data from Hostile Foreign Governments
Tatyana Bolton

From Senator Ron Wyden:

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Ron Wyden, D-Ore., Senator Cynthia Lummis, R-Wyo., Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I., Senator Marco Rubio, R-Fla., and Senator Bill…

Cybersecurity Incident and Breach Reporting Requirements
Mary Brooks & Sofia Lesmes

A Visual Representation of Federal Policy, Rulemakings and Guidance

Over the past several years—and the last 365 days in particular—a flurry of new cybersecurity incident and breach reporting…

, IAPP
What does the newest U.S. privacy bill mean for cybersecurity?
Tatyana Bolton & Sofia Lesmes & Brandon Pugh

On Tuesday, June 14, the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce held a hearing on the American Data Privacy and Protection Act discussion draft — a leading contender for a comprehensive…

Limiting a Private Right of Action in Federal Data Security and Privacy Legislation
Tatyana Bolton & Brandon Pugh & Sofia Lesmes

Enforcing national data security and privacy legislation presents challenges in both scope and scale. Congress’s decision regarding who they choose to empower—be it individuals, state attorneys…

, The Hill
Tech accountability package: The way to kill privacy legislation
Tatyana Bolton

In recent months, the pressure from Congress on tech companies has grown with nebulous, and at times paradoxical, accountability proposals introduced on Capitol Hill. Bills have been proposed to…

Radio: Congress’ Data Privacy Bill: Good Idea or Bad Policy?
Brandon Pugh

From Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson:

A bill ensuring your data privacy online is getting bipartisan support in Congress. While this policy is something most people support, are…

, Politico
Global Insider: How Big Tech discriminates on misinformation
Tatyana Bolton & Brandon Pugh & Sofia Lesmes

From Politico:

WHAT COULD U.S. FEDERAL PRIVACY LEGISLATION LOOK LIKE? The R Street Institute, a Washington think tank, lays out a possible way forward on the concepts of preemption, private…

Event: How to Pass a Federal Privacy Law – Exploring Areas for a Consensus and a Path Forward
Tatyana Bolton & Brandon Pugh

Summary

Data privacy and security are among the nation’s most pressing issues. Agreement over the need for a federal data privacy and security law…

, Broadband Breakfast
Conservative Think Tank says FTC Should Be Sole Federal Privacy Regulator
Brandon Pugh & Tatyana Bolton

From Broadband Breakfast:

As states begin to pass their own privacy laws, experts from conservative group the R Street Institute pushed for a federal privacy law with the Federal Trade Commission…

, SC Media
Cyber experts lay out the path to a national data protection law
Tatyana Bolton

From SC Media:

For years, experts have been predicting that Congress would act on national privacy and data protection law.

The status quo in the U.S. is a mishmash of laws and regulations…

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