Mar 082016
 March 8, 2016  Posted by  Non-U.S.

Timothy M. Banks of Dentons writes:

Innovations, Science and Economic Development Canada has issued a consultation paper asking Canadians what should be included in new data breach regulations that will be made under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act(PIPEDA). The consultation will close on May 31, 2016. Following this consultation process, the Canadian Government will publish draft regulations for public comment and further consultation. It is unlikely, therefore, that we would see breach reporting come into force in Canada before the last quarter of the year.

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  One Response to “Update on Canadian Data Breach Regulations”

  1. FYI, Alberta is days away from releasing an update to its Health Information Regulation focused on breach reporting and notification,…

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