Tag Archives: PII

Vermont Governor Signs Bill Requiring Data Privacy Inventory of Citizens’ PII

On March 5, 2020, Vermont Governor Phil Scott signed into law Senate Bill 110, “An act relating to data privacy and consumer protection,” which provides authority to develop a statewide data privacy inventory of the personally identifiable information (PII) that the state collects from and maintains of its citizens. According to the bill, the data … Continue Reading

Delta Sues Vendor for Causing Data Breach

In an unusual move, Delta Airlines (Delta) sued one of its vendors last week for the data breach it experienced in 2017. It’s an unusual move for several reasons. First, in our experience when a vendor causes a data breach, there is usually a contractual provision that can be followed that outlines the responsibility of … Continue Reading

Federal Reserve White Paper on Synthetic Identity Payments Fraud—A Growing Problem in the U.S. That Affects Consumers, Businesses, Financial Institutions, Government Agencies and the Health Care Industry

In the Federal Reserve’s July 11, 2019 White Paper, “Synthetic Identity Fraud in the U.S. Payment System, A Review of Causes and Contributing Factors,” the authors conclude that synthetic identity fraud is a serious and growing problem for the U.S. payments ecosystem that can only be addressed by a collaborative effort among all payments industry … Continue Reading
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