Besides helping individuals and businesses secure information, we also take a look at the different risks associated with information storage and create customized plans for businesses to make sure that there is no data breach or data incidences.

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It could get hard to make sure you follow all privacy measures. Our cybersecurity and data privacy Las Vegas lawyers have experience helping businesses and individuals make sure that they follow all the privacy measures in place. If you are having problems with cybersecurity or data storage, contact our attorneys today to see how you could safeguard your data and prevent any breaches. Our Las Vegas lawyers provide one-on-one consultations to make sure that you get the individualized attention that you deserve. 

Cybersecurity and data privacy are very specific to each individual and to each business. Each business may have different needs, and so we are committed to making sure that our clients get the legal assistance that they deserve.

We have offices located all across California and Nevada, along with virtual offices to make sure that we are readily available to answer any questions that you may have regarding your cybersecurity needs. 

What are the different types of cybersecurity laws our Las Vegas attorneys have experience in?

Cybersecurity is such a broad term used to refer to the data storage and prevention of data breaches. But, cybersecurity law also bleeds into other types of laws, including health care and employment laws.

Who are our data privacy clients?

We assist various different types of clients that may need assistance with data privacy, including:

  •  Individuals
  •  Businesses
  •  Nonprofit organizations

What do our Las Vegas data privacy attorneys do?

Generally, our attorneys make sure that our clients have complied with data privacy laws to prevent any penalties or data breaches, which could be very costly. Below are some types of services that our Attorneys at Heidari Law Group offer:

  • Compliance: we always want to make sure that our clients are compliant with the general data protection regulations that have specific requirements on how data should be stored, and what type of data should be stored.
  • Privacy policies: our experienced attorneys could assist you in drafting data privacy policies, and contracts that customers may have to accept on websites. Throughout this privacy policy, there are several different requirements that you must have to meet, including an explanation of what type of data is stored, where this data is stored, and how consent is obtained from customers.
  • Cybersecurity contracts: in the event that you have chosen to hire a third-party cybersecurity company that manages how your data is secured, our attorneys will review the contracts and make sure that the contracts follow what your business is trying to achieve.
  • Handling data breaches: in the event of a data breach, our attorneys will assist our clients in making sure that they legally handle the data breach by following all federal and state requirements. We also assist in mitigating the data breach risks and effects that it may have on the business, and to customers. Further, we work with insurance companies investigating data breaches to ensure you take the best remedial measures.
  • Technology theft: we work with various technology and consulting companies to make sure that all legal remedial measures are taken in the event that you or your business have experienced laptop theft. 
  • Investigations: our top rated Las Vegas data security attorneys will conduct investigations to look into any potential risks that your business may have in storing data. 

What are examples of Privacy Acts we deal with?

Cybersecurity and privacy fall under several different federal and state acts, including:

  •  Health Insurance Portability And Accountability Act
  •  Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act
  •  Telephone Consumer Protection Act
  •  Graham Leach Bliley Act

Nevada Cyber Security Laws

Under Nevada Revised Statute 603A.040, 603A.100, 603A.200, 603A.210, several key requirements are established and codified that all businesses and individuals must follow in the event that they are storing personal information.

What is personal information?

 Under Nevada law, personal information is defined as:

  • First name and last name
  • Credit card or debit card number
  • Bank account number
  • Driver’s license number
  • Social Security number
  • Medical identification number
  • Medical login information
  • Username and password
  • Answer to security codes or questions

What does Nevada law require for data privacy?

Nevada law requires all businesses that collect personal information to abide by reasonable measures to make sure that the personal information is properly destructed, and the business no longer has access to this information. Nevada law requires businesses to take “reasonable measures” when storing information. 

What businesses are required to abide by Nevada data privacy law?

Businesses include:

  • Corporations
  • Partnerships
  • Trusts
  • Enterprises
  • Unincorporated organizations
  • Associations
  • Proprietorship

How should a business destruct personal information in Nevada?

Under Nevada law, a business must take reasonable measures in making sure that personal information is “destructed.” Examples of “destruction” include:

  • Shredding physical copies that have personal information printed on it
  • Digitally erasing personal information that may be stored 

Nevada’s Social Security Number Laws

Nevada outlaws businesses from collecting Social Security numbers, unless it is for a legitimate business purpose.

Nevada’s Data Breach Laws

Nevada requires that businesses who have experienced a data breach provide notification to their customers of the breach within a reasonable amount of time, and should include:

  • What type of information was breached
  • How the breach occurred
  • How the customers could take steps to protect their information 

Artificial Intelligence And Data Security

With the popularity of artificial intelligence, and now with many businesses starting to incorporate artificial intelligence into their day-to-day duties and responsibilities, the need for strong cybersecurity and privacy measures is at an all-time high. There is a very high risk of data breaches, with many people’s personal information on the line. 

We have relationships with top-rated third-party vendors and technology companies to make sure that we work with them hand in hand when resolving your cybersecurity threats, or making sure that you maintain cybersecurity regulations. 

With such a specific niche of law, there are only very few attorneys that could handle cybersecurity matters. Make sure that you hire an experienced privacy and data security attorney that best suits your personal matters.

Our lawyers constantly keep up with federal and state technology and cybersecurity rules and regulations to make sure that we provide the highest quality of legal service to our clients. During your one-on-one consultation with our data security attorneys, you will have the opportunity to discuss your specific matter, while our attorneys advise you on what are the best steps you could take. 

Contact our technology privacy attorneys today for assistance with corporate, data security, and litigation matters that you may have. Our Las Vegas lawyers are available to assist you every step of the way, whether you are an individual or a business dealing with data privacy issues, or data privacy regulations. 

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