At this point in the development of data breach litigation, it is clear that plaintiffs may be on a sinking ship when they try to establish liability and damages against defendants. In order to meet their burden, a plaintiff must show they suffered a concrete injury from a data breach and that they were injured by that particular data breach and not another unrelated incident involving their personal information. Consequently, the potential causes of action available to data breach plaintiffs seem to decrease with each new decision. [Read more…]
Arrow Payments has put together an ebook on PCI compliance for businesses. What is PCI compliance? Arrow explains: “if you’re planning to accept, store, process, & transmit card payments as well as cardholder data, you need to make sure your data is stored and hosted securely with a PCI compliant provider. Without it, the information is at risk for a data breach and can put your business in jeopardy.”
Chuck Kulig, Vice President of onShore Security asks Steve Kent, onShore CTO about what new regulations coming from New York will mean for other businesses.