Indiana’s adoption of the NAIC model insurance data security law became effective July 1, 2020. The act seeks to protect Indiana residents and insurance companies licensed to do business in Indiana from data breaches. Insurers have 180 days from the effective date to comply, except otherwise specified. Check out our quick guide to learn more!
Data minimization reduces the costs associated with securing data and storage. It is vital for companies to know what data they have and only keep what they need to do business. Check out how to achieve an effective privacy program with data minimization.
Delaware’s Insurance Data Security Act (IDSA), a version of the NAIC Insurance Data Security Model Law, requires Delaware insurance companies to maintain security, investigate breaches, and promptly give notice of the event. Check out our infographic to learn more!
Effective July 1, 2020, Virginia’s Insurance Data Security Act requires all regulated insurance companies licensed in Virginia to follow data security and notification requirements. This infographic summarizes Virginia’s adaptation of the NAIC Insurance Data Security Model Law.