New law: Businesses must offer ID-theft protection after data breach

Earlier this month, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy signed Public Act No. 15-142 into law. The new law, which goes into effect Oct. 1, 2015, amends Connecticut’s current breach notification mandate and requires businesses to offer free identity-theft protection service for a year to the state’s residents who are affected by a data breach when certain information (e.g., resident’s name or Social Security number), has been affected by a security breach. To protect against the ever-increasing threat confronting agencies, call Tim Russell at 203.255.2877 to inquire about purchasing a cyber liability policy for your business.

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