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Since the days of California's pioneering data breach notification law, virtually all states have implemented some form of consumer ID theft protection law. In 2008, the focus shifted to the east …
Since the days of California's pioneering data breach notification law, virtually all states have implemented some form of consumer ID theft protection law. In 2008, the focus shifted to the east coast, when Massachusetts took it beyond notification, and issued their regulations for the protection of personal information, viewed by many as the most proscriptive in the US. This presentation will provide a general overview of state law, but focus on how the MA regulations evolved from the version issued in Sept 2008 to what became effective March 2010, how organizations are responding, and some potential implications for the future.
Allison Dolan, Program Director, Protecting Personally Identifiable Information, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Allison F. Dolan is currently Program Director, Protecting Personally Identifiable Information at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This program is co-sponsored by the Institute Auditor and Vice President for Information Services and Technology (IS&T). Previously, Allison spent 10 years in IS&T, including roles as Director of Shared Services - Finance, Administration and HR, and as Director of Telephony Services. Allison’s MIT experience was preceded by 20 years of combined information systems, operational, and leadership experience at Eastman Kodak. Allison holds a BA degree from the University of Delaware, with a double major in Computer Science and Economics.