“The New York Shield Act: What’s New Under the State’s Breach Law,” Central New York Business Journal

An article written by Mary Miner and Andriy Troyanovych, members of the Firm’s Healthcare Practice, was published in the Central New York Business Journal.

“On July 25 of this year, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law the “Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security” Act, commonly known as the SHIELD Act. While the SHIELD Act has garnered some attention given the ever-increasing number of privacy breaches impacting New York residents and others throughout the country, N.Y. General Business Law § 899-aa, New York state’s breach law, has been on the books since 2005. The SHIELD Act’s amendments to Section 899-aa have given New York businesses more to which they should pay attention.”

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