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SEC proposes significant new cybersecurity disclosure requirements

On March 9, 2022 the SEC proposed rule amendments that would require public companies to report detailed information about material cybersecurity incidents affecting their business and...


To fight bias, first-of-its-kind New York law regulates tech-enabled employment decisions

At first glance, a first-in-the-country law recently enacted by New York City may seem fairly straightforward. But its brevity belies its potential impact on employers that recruit or...


New resource: International compliance guide for use of systems monitoring technology

Harriet Pearson and James Denvil, lawyers in Hogan Lovells’ global Privacy and Cybersecurity practice, have co-authored a white paper that provides updated international guidance for...


Our rankings for Chambers USA 2021: Privacy & Data Security

The Chambers USA 2021 rankings have been released for Privacy & Data Security: The Elite Legal Rankings. Hogan Lovells’ Privacy and Cybersecurity practice has once again received...


Department of Labor issues novel cybersecurity guidance for benefit plan sponsors and their service providers

On April 14, the Department of Labor’s Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA) issued its first cybersecurity-focused guidance related to benefit plans regulated by Employee...


New York regulator issues cyber insurance risk framework with implications for insurers and insureds

On February 4, the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) released Insurance Circular Letter No. 2 (2021), a Cyber Insurance Risk Framework (Framework) for insurers that write...


Schrems II: Privacy Shield invalidated and Standard Contractual Clauses under scrutiny

The Court of Justice of the European Union today invalidated the EU-US Privacy Shield and called into question the extent to which EU data exporters could rely on the European...


Return to workplace U.S. memorandum for employers

As companies in the United States work to re-open physical workplaces, they must navigate an array of federal, state, and local laws that relate to employees, including requirements to keep ...

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Cybersecurity & Privacy Group of the Year: Hogan Lovells Law360

Partners Harriet Pearson and Eduardo Ustaran were quoted in Law360's article "Cybersecurity & Privacy Group of the Year: Hogan Lovells."

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