Securing customers' private information: NRS 597.970 Part I

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Ira Victor, Director of the Compliance Division at Data Clone Labs

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On October 1, 2008 Nevada became the first state to require encryption for all electronic transmissions of personal information outside of secure networks. If you do business in Nevada and your organization possesses sensitive client data (including social security information, credit card numbers, drivers license numbers, etc), you are now required to ensure that the information does not get transmitted in the clear. The Nevada statute, NRS 597.970 is one of the first data protection laws that specifically requires personally identifiable information be encrypted.

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