Privacy And Cybersecurity CLE

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    Quimbee Privacy and Cybersecurity Law CLE Online

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    An Overview of Privacy and Cybersecurity Law

    Privacy law is an area dealing with the regulation, storage, and use of personal information - including identification, healthcare materials, and financial information - and cybersecurity is a subtype of privacy law. While U.S. law offers no universal definition of “cybersecurity", generally, cybersecurity law relates to the safeguarding of information technology and computer systems. Protecting sensitive data has become a vital imperative to many businesses across the country.

    Cybersecurity laws may include laws related to cybercrime (e.g., hacking), cyber-attacks or terrorism (e.g., ransomware attacks), as well as general security practices required of businesses and government entities.

    At the federal level, the United States has enacted three major cybersecurity regulations. The 1996 Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), 42 U.S.C. § 1320d–6, implemented standards to protect sensitive patient health information. The 1999 Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, 15 U.S.C. § 6801, requires financial institutions to safeguard sensitive data. The 2002 Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA), 44 U.S.C. § 3561, implemented information-security policies for federal agencies. Businesses may also need to comply with relevant state laws (such as the California Consumer Privacy Act) and international regulations (such as the General Data Protection Regulation.)

    Who Should Take CLE Courses in Privacy and Cybersecurity Law?

    In our increasingly public and tech-centered world, neither privacy nor cybersecurity issues certainly are not going away any time soon. As the world continues to move online, cybersecurity laws and regulations will continue to be refined and updated. For any lawyer working on privacy and cybersecurity issues, a CLE course in this field is one of the best ways to stay up-to-date on the legal developments in your industry. Attorneys practicing business or commercial law will benefit from a CLE course in privacy and cybersecurity, as more businesses are having to comply with regulations about data security. Insurance law practitioners may have an interest, as many companies are taking out cyber liability policies. Government and nonprofit attorneys may find these courses useful as well since cybersecurity threats can cripple the functions of their institutions.