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Monthly Archives: July 2013

Law Firms: How Are You Securing Your Clients’ Information?

Posted in All Things E, Data Privacy, Data Security, Vendor Management

What are law firms doing to protect their clients’ sensitive information?  What are clients doing to determine whether their outside counsel are using reasonable security measures to protect their sensitive information (confidential communication, customer data, financial information, protected health information, intellectual property, etc.)? According to the data forensic firm Mandiant, at least 80 major law… Continue Reading

Texas’s Data Privacy Training Laws Change (Again)

Posted in Data Privacy, Data Security, Health Care Industry

In August of last year, I wrote about HB 300, a Texas law that, beginning September 1, 2012, created employee training and other requirements for any company doing business in Texas that collects, uses, stores, transmits, or comes into possession of protected health information (PHI).  The law’s training provisions required covered entities to train their… Continue Reading