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Protecting Employee Data is an Organization’s Legal Obligation or Is It?

In today’s world, countless organizations fall victim to data breaches that involve employee data. In 2014, I was engaged to lead the remediation efforts of a data breach for a Pennsylvania-based client.  Hackers gained access to the company’s employee payroll information containing the salaries, social security numbers and other Personal Identifying Information (PII) through an insecure email system. It was crucial to develop and execute a corporate security strategy along with the tactical tasks of remediating the breach.

During 2013 and in 2014, infamous cyberattacks resulting in significant data breaches occurred against notable companies such as Target Corporation, Home Depot, JP Morgan Chase, along with many others.

The legal repercussions from those events set off an avalanche of employee and customer lawsuits. Many banks subsequently filed suits against the afflicted organizations citing negligence and other allegations. Organizations did not view protecting employee data was…

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