In light of the increasing cyber data breaches over the last couple of years, Georgia companies must be aware of the legal requirements that are triggered a company discovers or reasonably believes that a breach in the security of the unencrypted personal information data of any Georgia resident has occurred. O.C.G.A. § 10-1-912. ... Continue Reading
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