Privacy + Data Security Predictions for 2023 – Morrison Foerster

Privacy + Data Security Predictions for 2023
The Morrison Foerster Privacy + Data Security team is unmatched in its ability to provide creative and practical advice concerning all stages of the information lifecycle, from counseling on compliance with complex privacy laws, to resolving breach situations, to litigating privacy and data security claims and defending enforcement actions. We tapped our Privacy teamthought leaders in the fieldand to get their opinions on what is likely to happen in the privacy and data security sector in 2023.
Communicating with the SEC When Your Organization Suffers a Cybersecurity Incident
SEC Proposes Cybersecurity Disclosure Rules for Public Companies
SEC Proposed Rule Delineates Cybersecurity Policy Requirements for Investment Advisers and Private Funds
The SEC Gets Tough on Cybersecurity Disclosure Controls
A MoFo Privacy Minute Q&A: California Employers: Get Ready for Requests from California Employees
A MoFo Privacy Minute Q&A: What PI Access Rights Will California Employees Have Under CPRA Starting January 1, 2023?
Exempt No More: What Does the CPRA Mean for Your HR Data?
Providers of IoT Devices Have 2.5 Years to Implement Stricter Security and Privacy Requirements to Keep Access to the EU Market | Morrison Foerster (
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New European Fintech Regulations Affecting ICT Providers
ICO Fines Organisation £4.4 Million Following Phishing Email Attack
Despite the U.S.-EU Data Transfer Agreement, the prediction is that 2023 will keep data transfers in the political arena. Expect 2023 to bring de facto data localization requirements for cloud services due to the new ENISA certification scheme for cloud services standards that will become final and an even stricter data transfer regime for regular data in the upcoming Data Act.
China’s PIPL One Year On: What You Need to Know Now
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MoFo Privacy Tips for Protecting Reproductive Rights Series
Companies Selling Software to the U.S. Government Soon Must Attest to Compliance with NIST Guidance on Software Supply Chain Security
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