The NY law businesses should know about as cyberthreats intensify

A recent run of high-profile hacks has raised alarms for business leaders in New York and could bring attention to a data-protection law that took effect at the start of the pandemic last year.

In the most recent example, the city’s Law Department said this week that its computer systems were breached and had to be shut down. Officials said they did not believe that any data was stolen or damaged, but Mayor Bill de Blasio acknowledged Wednesday that hacks are a constant risk.

I think this is something we’ll be dealing with a lot going forward,” de Blasio said during

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