Oregon Requires Firms to Protect Data

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Description: The Oregon Identity Theft Protection Act, effective January 1, requires businesses, organizations, and government agencies to establish and implement a formal plan to protect the personal data they collect, maintain, and share. The state defines personal data as a person's name combined with either a Social Security number, driver's license, identification card or passport number, or other federal government-issued identification number or financial account number, credit or debit card number, along with any required PIN code or password that provide access to a financial account. Under the new law, properly disposing of personally identifying information, in paper or digital form, means burning, shredding, or otherwise destroying it.
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