- Privacy & Data Protection
- Compliance for Risk Management
- Insurance & Reinsurance
- Regulatory & Transactional Services
|University ||Mount Holyoke College, B.A., 2005|
|Law School||University of Connecticut School of Law, J.D., 2009|
International Association of Privacy Professionals
|Born||Hartford, Connecticut, 1981|
Karen advises companies in various industries regarding privacy and data security matters, including breach response, preparation of corporate privacy and data security policies and procedures, vendor contracts, and compliance with data collection, retention, use and disclosure restrictions pursuant to U.S. state and federal law. Karen also assists clients with respect to insurance regulatory and compliance matters, restructurings and general corporate matters.
•Karen has assisted clients in responding to data breaches ranging in size and scope by guiding the process of forensic analysis, conducting the required legal and regulatory analysis, preparing the required notifications to affected individuals, governmental agencies, law enforcement, the payment card industry and the media, and responding to follow up inquiries from regulators.
•Karen has assisted companies in various industries in designing privacy and data security policies for risk mitigation and compliance with state and federal law and PCI-DSS.
•Karen has assisted companies in various industries, including retailers, with strategies for compliance with data collection restrictions.
•Karen has advised clients regarding privacy and data security compliance in connection with outsourcing.
•Karen has advised major insurance entities regarding formation, company licensing, redomestication, and mergers and acquisitions.
•Karen assisted with the formation, licensure and merger of the first two Connecticut captive insurers.
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California Extends Breach Notification Obligations to Online Account Credentials
Theodore P. Augustinos,Karen L. Booth, October 10, 2013
A new amendment to California’s breach notification statutes extend notification requirements to the breach of California residents’ online account credentials, with distinctive obligations regarding method and content of such notices. Other states may soon follow suit, as they did...
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