NAIC Passes Insurance Data Security Model Law: What Insurers and Brokers Can Expect

November 8, 2017
Joshua Mooney & Laura Schmidt – White and Williams LLP

On October 24, 2017, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) passed its Insurance Data Security Model Law, intended to serve as model legislation for states to enact in order to govern cybersecurity and data protection practices of insurers, insurance agents, and other licensed entities registered under state insurance laws (defined therein as Licensees).

Reprinted courtesy of Joshua Mooney, White and Williams LLP and Laura Schmidt, White and Williams LLP
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