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What Does the SHIELD Act Mean for your Business? 

On July 25, 2019, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security, or SHIELD Act. For many organizations, New York’s newly passed SHIELD Act is the first legal obligation to implement security protections.

The SHIELD Act has several complex requirements businesses must adhere to within a short timeframe. Any business that maintains private information of New York state residents is now required to report the unauthorized access or viewing of personal information to the NY Attorney General. By March 2020, the SHIELD Act requires that a comprehensive security program be in place, or risk penalties.

Hear from legal and security knowledge leaders as they discuss:

•          Why the SHIELD Act was created and who it applies to

•          Specific requirements and deadlines

•          Legal implications and penalties

•          Security program considerations

•          Steps your organization needs to take and who can help



Michael Montagliano, Chief Technology Officer at iV4

Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Certified Disaster Recovery Planner (CDRP), Master Business Continuity Institute (MBCI), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)

Michael Montagliano has over twenty years of information technology experience in various sales, technical, and management roles. As Chief Technology Officer, Michael is responsible for the overall technology strategy and execution at iV4. With subject matter expertise in security and disaster recovery, Michael and his team have been engaged with organizations nationwide.

For more information on Michael Montagliano visit https://www.iv4.com/