December 7, 2016

Katherine E. Armstrong Quoted in Bloomberg BNA on How Data Security Practices Should Remain an FTC Priority in 2017

Washington, D.C. counsel Katherine E. Armstrong was quoted in a Bloomberg BNA article titled “FTC Security Cases to Continue in ’17 Amid Uncertainty.” The article discusses how data security practices should remain a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) priority in 2017. While the FTC is showing no signs of reducing its security enforcement in the new year, outcomes remains unclear until President-elect Donald Trump nominates the Federal Trade Commissioners. Katherine shares her insights on how data security standards may evolve and says, “LabMD might spur Congress to give FTC rulemaking authority.”

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