On compliance: Congress must act on cyber security to avoid confusion

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Over the next year or so, this space will provide a monthly guest perspective on various aspects of regulatory compliance from the leading information security companies that make up our CSIA's membership. For our inaugural column, I'd like to focus on the need for Congressional action on data security.

With new, often large-scale breaches of sensitive personal information disclosed almost daily, more than half of the states have already passed legislation requiring notification to victims, and in some cases minimum standards for database protection. But this patchwork quilt is no substitute ...

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