Reed Smith has closely followed State AGs’ interest and activities of in the areas of privacy and cybersecurity and recently blogged on a major NAAG (National Association of Attorneys General) conference in April on these topics. That conference, sponsored by the Mississippi AG, was meant to educate AGs – most of whom are the elected consumer protectors-in-chief in their states – on the complex issues of data loss and misuse as well as evolving privacy standards.  The conference resulted in several key takeaways from the conference, including that AGs were likely to double down on privacy enforcement and regulatory change.

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