The SHIELD Act is now law in New York state.

Are you covered?
Effective October 23, 2019, The Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act (SHIELD) requires organizations that maintain private information concerning New York state residents comply with expanded reporting requirements for notifying impacted parties in the event of a breach.

By March 2020, these same organizations need to have in place full scale compliance and data protection programs. In both instances, these requirements apply regardless of where the organization is located.

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Harris Beach is offering a cost-effective, custom compliance package for a flat fee based on your organization’s risk factors to assist with ensuring you have achieved compliance with this new law.

Our cost-effective legal service will provide your risk management teams with the roadmap to demonstrate compliance by:

  • Capturing and documenting your organization’s information systems
  • Determining what controls need to be implemented across your organization
  • Generating organization-wide policy documents
  • Attorney review of the generated policies with your organization

For more information and a quote, contact your primary Harris Beach attorney or contact Alan Winchester, leader of our cybersecurity practice at awinchester@harrisbeach.com or 212-313-5403.

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