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Businesses can't hide personal information losses, theft

Wisconsin businesses now are legally obligated to notify customers when their personal information has been stolen, a move that could require businesses to rethink the way they both protect information and track its use.

Under Senate Bill 164, signed into law Thursday by Governor Jim Doyle, companies must inform customers of a data breach, which typically occurs when computer systems are ......

Full article >>> ormation officers and others in data monitoring positions will be on the front lines of theft notification. They are going to be the ones that are going to have to report it on up to the CEO and the other business folks involved, Vaccaro said.

Vaccaro said the notification requirement might force businesses to evaluate their IT policies and procedures. Specifically, their policies relate......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 03/16/06


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