Cybersecurity breaches that expose the personal information of consumers have become a common occurrence. And Colorado’s consumer data protection laws are there to provide comfort that should this happen to residents’ own personal data, the affected company must notify them within 30 days.
The state law came into effect in September 2018. But just five months later, in February 2019, 33 organizations had already reported data breaches, with notifications sent to more than 91,000 Colorado residents.
In this post, we take a look at how the Colorado Consumer Data Protection Law is shaping up - and the impact it is having on both consumers and businesses.Read More