Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont signed a law encouraging companies to improve cybersecurity, News 12 reports. Under the law, companies that comply with a cybersecurity program that “contains administrative, technical and physical safeguards for the protection of personal or restricted information” will not face punitive damages in the event of a data breach lawsuit. “We are encouraging manufacturers and other small businesses to learn, to get ready, and we are providing the tools to help them get ready,” CONNSTEP Business Consulting President and CEO Beatriz Gutierrez said.
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