The Mintz Privacy team has been tracking privacy issues related to COVID-19. We have been featured in various publications talking about cybersecurity risks, GDPR regulations, the California Consumer Privacy Act, and more.
In an article published by Lexology, Sue Foster was quoted on how companies should assess their cybersecurity risk with the global increase in telework to slow the spread of COVID-19. (registration may be required)
In an “Expert Spotlight” column published by Wolters Kluwer, Jen Rubin oﬀered tips for employers and employees to navigate privacy, mental health, and litigation risks that can arise from work-from-home arrangements necessitated by COVID-19.
In an article published by Communications Daily, Natalie Prescott addressed the upcoming enforcement of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) on July 1 and that companies should still keep compliance in mind despite COVID-19. (subscription may be required)
Sue Foster was quoted in an article published by Lexology on General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) obligations for companies, particularly with respect to ongoing investigations or enforcement actions, as well as requirements for data sharing with other European Union data protection authorities during the coronavirus pandemic. (registration may be required)