Privacy and Information Security
Data privacy and information security is a key concern for anyone that operate in today’s business environment. Not only are threats to your privacy and information becoming more serious by the day, but there is also a web of laws and regulations that are applicable to privacy and security. Appropriate safeguards of customer and employee data as well as of a business’ trade secrets and operations are of vital importance, yet navigating the legal terrain is challenging since the data privacy laws vary depending on the industry and the location of the data.
Oldham Law, PLLC regularly assists clients with formulating and implementing privacy policies and practices, including those required by the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, USA Patriot Act, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act and the FTC’s Identity Theft Red Flag Rules.
We use a coordinated approach to risk assessments and the development of compliance solutions for our clients, drawing upon the broad experience of our industry-specific knowledge. We believe that being proactive with respect to privacy and data security compliance obligations, and incorporating privacy by design principles where possible, will assist our clients to be responsive to government regulators’ expectations and ahead of their competition in this escalated privacy environment.
The development and formulation of website security and privacy statements and disclosures
Advertising and marketing issues, including those raised by targeted behavioral advertising
Issues concerning identity theft, including medical identity theft
Issues raised by federal computer security and trade secret statutes
Record retention policies and practices
Employment information confidentiality
Education information privacy
Reviewing and drafting third party service provider confidentiality agreements
HIPAA compliant business associate agreements and data use agreements
HIPAA privacy and security policies and procedures
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For more information about how we can assist you with a particular business law matter, contact Oldham Law, PLLC.