Safeguard personal information in U.S. states

Half of U.S. states have laws requiring businesses to provide security for electronic personal information, with more states taking on these requirements each year. Some states – such as New York and California – apply security requirements to businesses regardless of the business location that processes personal information of state residents. While each state’s laws are slightly different, most contain common elements. This summary will focus on California, Florida, Massachusetts, New York, and Texas.

Below, learn more about state security laws and how Rapid7 can help you achieve compliance goals.

State Security Laws

Implement safeguards to protect personal information

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Maintain an information security program

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Identify risks to personal information

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Detect and report breaches and system failures

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Test and monitor security effectiveness

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Require service providers to protect personal information

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Rapid7 Brief for Key U.S. State Security Laws

In many ways, the U.S. is comprised of 50+ individual governing bodies. Some policies overlap, and of course many do not. Learn how to stay compliant in the states with the most complex regulatory requirements.

Rapid7 Brief for Key U.S. State Security Laws