China’s New Regulation on Cybersecurity Goes into Effect Today. Here’s What You Should Know.
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China’s New Regulation on Cybersecurity Goes into Effect Today. Here’s What You Should Know.

China’s new cybersecurity regulation, Regulation on the Internet Security Supervision and Inspection by Public Security Authorities (the “Regulation”), takes effect today. The Regulation, issued by China’s Ministry of Public Security, allows China’s law enforcement (Public Security Bureaus, commonly referred to as “PSBs”) to enforce China’s Cybersecurity Law (“CSL”) by conducting onsite or remote inspections. Although…

201708.31
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Fey to Moderate Upcoming Cybersecurity & Privacy Regulator/Prosecutor Panel in Chicago

Next week, Laura Clark Fey, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPM, FIP, Principal of Fey LLC, will moderate a panel at the DRI Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Seminar that will provide seminar participants with an opportunity to not only listen to two regulators and a prosecutor talk about important privacy and cybersecurity issues—but also to interact directly with…

201608.09
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Privacy and Security Regulatory Developments Make the Case for Defensible Disposition

There is a strong business case for defensible disposition, which is the process of disposing of company information when it is no longer needed for business or legal purposes.  Key business benefits for defensible disposition include saving costs for storage; improving operational efficiency by better enabling employees to access needed information without having to wade…

201603.09
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Laura Fey Discusses the “Internet-of-Everything” and Top Privacy Tips

Laura Fey is quoted in a Super Lawyers® feature story, “Is Privacy Dead?: Navigating the Digital Age with Top Privacy and Technology Lawyers.”  In the piece, Laura shares her thoughts on what she calls the “Internet-of-Everything,” the increasing prevalence of devices that track the movements, health conditions, habits, etc. of human beings. Laura also shared…