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    New York DFS Cybersecurity Regulation Update: Lots Left to Do

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    Ted Augustinos, a member of the steering committee of the Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice Group of Locke Lord and Office Managing Partner of the Firm’s Hartford office, authored a follow-up article to his previous Intellectual Property & Technology Law Journal article examining New York’s cybersecurity requirements for Department of Financial Services (DFS) licensees. Although insurance companies, producers, banks, lenders and others licensed by the New York DFS already have had to comply with several of the requirements of the new Regulation, Augustinos discusses the remaining obligations.

    To read the full article, click here (the article is reprinted with permission from the December 2017 issue of the Intellectual Property & Technology Law Journal).

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