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Jun 13 2019

Morrison Mahoney Partner Daniel S. Marvin Outlines Cybersecurity Regulations for the Alternative Finance Bar Association

Businesses in the alternative lending industry face unique cybersecurity challenges. If a business falls victim to a breach, the costs can quickly pile up; expenses can include remediation, business interruption, forensic investigation, restoration of network operations, legal fees and of course, reputational harm. Businesses engaged in alternative lending must be aware of the following laws and regulations to maintain best data privacy and cybersecurity practices: the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), the Federal Trade Commission Act (FTC), the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the New York State Department of Financial Services’ (DFS) cyber security requirements, state consumer data privacy laws and state breach notification laws.

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Jun 3 2019

Morrison Mahoney Partner Robert A. Stern Co-Hosts Hackapalooza – Law Bits and Bytes Podcast

Morrison Mahoney Partner Robert A. Stern, a member of the New York City Bar Association's Information Technology and Cyberlaw Committee, recently participated in a podcast with Redpoint Cybersecurity and the Crypsis Group discussing hacking from technical, insurance, and legal perspectives, with specific content relating to how hacking affects lawyers both directly and in representation of their clients.

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May 21 2019

Morrison Mahoney Of Counsel Steven J. Bolotin Featured in Mass. Lawyers Weekly on MA Data Breach Law

Morrison Mahoney Of Counsel Steven Bolotin was quoted in a front page story by Mass. Lawyers Weekly about changes to Massachusetts’ data breach law, mandating credit monitoring services. As of April 10, 2019, organizations and companies that have personal information of Massachusetts residents will need to adjust their notification procedures by that date to come into compliance with the revised law.

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