Following legislation passed in 2015 requiring companies in Montana to report data breaches, the state’s Department of Justice will now post the breaches on its website, KGVO.com reports. “You can arrange the data in different ways,” said the department’s John Barnes. “You can export it into an Excel sheet, a PDF, or however you want to do it. It has information such as the business name, the notification documents that were sent to us are linked there, the date of the start and end of the breach, the data that it was reported to us, and the estimated number of Montanans impacted by each specific breach.”
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