By Rickard Jorgensen, FCII, ARM, ACIArb You may recall the recent blog postings in connection with the CCPA in California: http://cpagold.com/2018/11/consent-armageddon-is-coming/ http://cpagold.com/2018/11/are-new-statutory-claims-covered-by-your-cyber-policy/ http://cpagold.com/2018/11/california-privacy-laws-gdpr-ii/ The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 ["CCPA"] is effective Jan. 1, 2019 will give Golden State residents the right to find out what a company knows about them and get it […]
by Rickard Jorgensen, FCII, ARM, ACIArb. You may recall that in September 2017 we reported on the data breach suffered by the national credit reporting agency. Go here for the article. According to Reuters — Credit reporting company Equifax Inc. will pay up to $700 million to settle U.S. federal and state probes into a […]
A cyber coverage “Fire Drill” – professional liability insurance implications of the CCH Axcess (Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting) malware attack.
By Rickard Jorgensen, FCII, ARM, ACIArb Last Monday we received a flurry of frantic phone calls from clients about the denial of access to the CCH Axcess program. On Monday May 6, between the hours of 8-10 a.m. E.T., accountants across the country started realizing their CCH products, which are based in the cloud, were […]
Guest blogger Paul Paray of the Paray Law Group has permitted us to repost a very informative article regarding the consent of clients about the use of data and the changing legal environment that is governing this. ————————————————- On November 19, 2018, the UK’s Register reported how even though the Washington Post was in technical violation of the GDPR, […]Read More