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Daily Dashboard | Indiana attorney general proposes safe harbor rule to protect against cyberattacks Related reading: The latest on potential FISA Section 702 reauthorization


Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill and U.S. Chamber of Commerce cybersecurity experts discussed a proposed safe harbor rule that would protect residents from cyberattacks. The proposal would help businesses understand how to protect consumers’ data and reward those that comply with the suggested steps. “Our safe harbor rule would both protect Hoosiers from data breaches and incentivize businesses that take steps to prevent them from happening in the first place,” Hill said.
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