Understanding New Rules for Protecting Personal Information
Boston — Jan. 16
Iron Mountain Inc., a provider of information protection and storage services, will host a free webcast on new rules that companies and other institutions nationwide must soon follow to protect the personal information of Massachusetts residents.
Effective May 1, regulation 201 CMR 17.00 will require organizations to implement information-security programs with specific features to safeguard the names, Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers and other personal information of Massachusetts residents.
Garry Watzke, Esq., a senior vice president in Iron Mountain's legal team, will explain the new requirements and the potential impact on company operations. John Jamison, vice president of consulting services, will provide tips for achieving compliance and avoiding risk.
“Decoding the Science of Compliance: Are you Ready for 201 CMR 17.00?” is a one-hour webcast on:
- The impact of 201 CMR 17.00 on business.
- Likely challenges and how to avoid them.
- Tips for becoming compliant.
- How to identify potential risks.
The webcast will take place at 2 p.m. ET on Jan. 29. Register at www.ironmountain.com/compliancewebcast.