NZ security guru calls for data breach disclosure

Tuesday, 20 March 2007, 1:38 PM EST

A leading New Zealand security expert is calling for data breach disclosure laws requiring consumers to be notified of security failures when personal information is at risk.

California introduced such a law, called the California Information Practice Act or Senate Bill 1386, in 2003. It requires organisations that hold the personal information of California residents to notify them if there has or may have been a breach of security affecting that information.

At Computerworld.

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