How AI Can Help Compliance Departments Navigate Data and Cybersecurity Challenges

H5, an ediscovery technology company, recently convened a panel of experts to discuss the intersection of artificial intelligence technology, data privacy and governance. JD Supra reports that the panel featured Nia M. Jenkins, Senior Associate General Counsel, Data, Technology, Digital Health & Cybersecurity at Optum (UnitedHealth Group); Eric Pender, Engagement Manager at H5; Kimberly Pack,…
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Colorado's New Privacy Law

How to Comply With Colorado’s New Privacy Law

For all the state data privacy bills that get drafted, a shockingly low amount have actually been passed into law. California and Virginia have been the only two states with privacy legislation one could call “comprehensive” – until now.  Enter Colorado. Now that Governor Jared Polis has signed the bill, the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA)…
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Pennsylvania Data Privacy

How to Comply With Pennsylvania’s Impending Data Privacy Act

Pennsylvania legislators last month introduced the Consumer Data Privacy Act (CDPA)– which resembles California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). And this month, a breach of the Pennsylvania Department of Health led to the Pennsylvania Senate unanimously approving a proposal to strengthen the state’s breach notification law, suggesting that Pennsylvania legislators are motivated to implement stronger data…
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A Guide to the Data Privacy Laws Proposed by Texas

Texas State Representative Giovani Capligrione has filed six bills related to “increasing the protection of consumer data by the private sector.”  This follows the recent passing of a state bill mandating data breaches involving more than 250 Texas residents must be reported to the Attorney General. Capligrione implies that this bill has been a step…
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A Guide to FINRA’s 2021 Compliance Goals

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) recently published their 2021 Report on FINRA’s Examination and Risk Monitoring Program. The report contains insights for FINRA’s regulatory operations and is designed to guide the compliance efforts of member firms. In the broadest sense, FINRA declares cybersecurity as “one of the principal operational risks facing broker-dealers,” expecting firms…
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Customer master data management (MDM): 5 steps to success

This article by Kevin Moos was originally published on May 19, 2020 by ADCG affiliate member, Logic 20/20. Many companies struggle to ensure that their data is easy to find, current, accurate and shared with only those who need it. A whopping 80% of an analyst’s time is spent solely on discovering and preparing data, according…
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How to Use New CSBS Cybersecurity Examination Tool

Any nonbank institution looking to protect against, mitigate and respond to cybersecurity threats should take advantage of the Conference of State Bank Supervisors’ (CSBS) new cybersecurity examination tool.  Unveiled during the Nationwide Multistate Licensing System Annual Conference in February, the resource is designed for state regulators to use during examinations, and for organizations to self-evaluate…
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