Tag: privacy

Cooley LLP Alerts | FTC Enforcement Powers Limited in LabMD Data Security Case

Source: https://www.cooley.com/ftc-enforcement-limited-in-labmd-data-security-case

Implications of the Cybersecurity Bill for the Health Care Industry

*This post is co-authored by Vince Sampson On Tuesday the Senate passed the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA).  The House had passed a similar bill, the Protecting Cyber Networks Act, in April of this year.  The Act comes in the wake of many large scale data breaches, such as that suffered […]

Cooley Alerts | No More Safe Harbor: What Should Life Sciences and Biotech Companies Be Doing to Transfer Data to the US?

Source: Cooley LLP | Media | Alerts | No More Safe Harbor: What Should Life Sciences and Biotech Companies Be Doing to Transfer Data to the US?

Excellus is Latest in Line of BCBS Insurers Experiencing Cyberattack

Excellus, a BlueCross BlueShield (BCBS)  provider servicing upstate New York, announced last week that it was the latest in a string of BCBS providers that experienced a data breach as a result of a cyberattack.  CareFirst BlueCross Blue Shield, Anthem, and Premera Blue Cross all recently announced they were the victims of sophisticated cyberattacks […]

“Common Rule” Overhaul Proposed – Intended to Modernize Human Research Subject Protections

On September 2, 2015, sixteen federal agencies and departments jointly issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (“the NPRM”), designed to “modernize, strengthen, and make more effective” the so-called “Common Rule”.  The Common Rule is a uniform federal policy for the Protection of Human Subjects, originally issued in 1991. The U.S. agencies […]

UCLA Health Announces It Was A Victim of a Cybersecurity Attack

UCLA Health announced today that it was the victim of a cybersecurity attack.  The press report  disseminated by UCLA Health noted there is evidence that computer systems containing sensitive personal data and health data was accessed; however, at this time UCLA Health maintains that no personal or health data itself was accessed […]