New Rules for Protecting Personal Information

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<p><strong>Boston &mdash; Jan. 16 </strong><br />Iron Mountain Inc., a provider of information protection and storage services, will host a free webcast on new rules that companies and other institutions nationwide must soon follow to protect the personal information of Massachusetts residents. </p><p>Effective May 1, regulation 201 CMR 17.00 will require organizations to implement information-security programs with specific features to safeguard the names, Social Security numbers, driver&rsquo;s license numbers and other personal information of Massachusetts residents.<br /><br />Garry Watzke, Esq., a senior vice president in Iron Mountain&#39;s legal team, will explain the new requirements and the potential impact on company operations. John Jamison, vice president of consulting services, will provide tips for achieving compliance and avoiding risk.<br /><br />&ldquo;Decoding the Science of Compliance: Are you Ready for 201 CMR 17.00?&rdquo; is a one-hour webcast on:<br /></p><ul><li>The impact of 201 CMR 17.00 on business.</li><li>Likely challenges and how to avoid them.</li><li>Tips for becoming compliant.</li><li>How to identify potential risks.</li></ul><br />The webcast will take place at 2 p.m. ET on Jan. 29. Register at www.ironmountain.com/compliancewebcast.<br />

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