In January 2018, lawmakers in Colorado introduced a radical new bill that requires “reasonable security procedures and practices” for the protection of Personal Identifying Information.
The legislation places a time limit for notifying the Attorney General and affected Colorado data subjects, in the event of a data breach. Last year, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper signed the bill into law. In so doing, Colorado has joined California as a frontrunner in the race to strengthen existing data protection laws. The new law took effect as of September 1, 2018, introducing significant implications for Colorado based businesses and organizations.Read More