3 data security best practices learned from FTC enforcement actions

A list of three major practices cited in recent data security enforcement actions, along with the best practices that companies should consider implementing

One of the biggest takeaways from Judge Esther Salas’ recent opinion in FTC v. Wyndham Worldwide Corp., et al was that in the absence of formal Federal Trade Commission (FTC) rules on data security practices, companies should consider the settlements and advisory opinions from prior FTC enforcement actions for guidance. Accordingly, we have compiled a list of three major practices cited in recent data security enforcement actions, along with the best practices that companies should consider implementing.

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Breana Jeter

Breana C. Jeter practices on Moore & Van Allen PLLC’s Intellectual Property team. Her work primarily involves trademark, patent and copyright litigation matters for...

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Todd Taylor

Todd Taylor is a Senior Counsel in Moore & Van Allen PLLC’s Intellectual Property practice group and its Commercial & Technology Transactions practice group. 

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