MD Data Protection Law

Maryland Laws Chapter 531, most of which will become effective in 2008, will require business entities to use reasonably security procedures and practices and to notify certain people in the event of a security breach. Mike Oliver, an attorney practicing computer and technology transactional law for the offices of Bowie and Jensen, LLC., speaks about the specifics: what small businesses need to be concerned about, what constitutes leaked information, and how this law is specific to Maryland.