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Massachusetts has enacted a law that puts new requirements on organizations that experience a data breach. So reports the National Law Review.

boston 2444581 640 smallThe law requires companies to offer up to three and a half years of free credit monitoring to victims of a breach. Groups suffering a breach also must disclose the breach in a timely manner and tell the state whether they have a written information security program.

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