Helps Professionals Maneuver Emerging Area of Law
ARLINGTON, Va., Oct. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Bloomberg BNA has launched the Privacy & Data Security Law Resource Center™, a comprehensive web platform designed to help attorneys, in-house counsel, chief privacy officers, and information management professionals across the business landscape navigate the maze of laws, regulations, and new developments in this fast-moving area of emerging law.
The new Resource Center is the latest of Bloomberg BNA's practice area platforms that integrate industry-leading news, analysis, primary sources, and practice tools in one place. Its rich content includes full text of the latest federal and state cases, along with federal laws, regulations, and agency documents; and state statutes and enforcement actions. It also features laws and regulations from Canada, the EU, and several multilateral organizations. Access to forms and checklists, including a comprehensive selection of international security breach notification requirements, simplifies the process for privacy professionals to develop successful compliance strategies. The content from the Privacy & Data Security Law Resource Center is also available on Bloomberg Law.
"New privacy and data security laws are emerging all the time, in every state and country around the globe, which makes it crucial to have a trusted source for guidance. No source is more reliable than Bloomberg BNA's Privacy & Data Security Law Resource Center," said Michael Eisenstein, Vice President and Group Publisher for Bloomberg BNA's Legal & Business Publishing Group. "Having the solid reporting and unique insights of Bloomberg BNA's thought leaders at their fingertips makes conducting research and ensuring compliance easier than ever for privacy officers and other corporate professionals."
The Privacy & Data Security Law Resource Center combines authoritative news from the industry-leading Privacy & Security Law Report® and daily Privacy Law Watch™ with the analysis and real-world guidance of top practitioners found in three Bloomberg BNA treatises and BNA Insights' articles and videos.
"Housing this superior collection of privacy and data security resources together provides a number of benefits to users," said Kent Frankstone, Director of Publishing for Bloomberg BNA's Legal & Business Publishing Group. "For example, the ability to easily search across state, federal, and international materials simultaneously saves users countless research hours and allows them to provide better advice to clients and make more strategically sound organizational decisions."
Bloomberg BNA's Resource Centers offer topical searching, as well as cross searching of all the products subscribed to by individual customers, for faster, more efficient research.
For more information about Bloomberg BNA's new Privacy & Data Security Law Resource Center or to request a free trial, visit www.bna.com/pvrc.
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