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Recognized as a Board Certified Specialist in Privacy and Data Security Law by the State of North Carolina, Erin Illman is an experienced thought leader in privacy, security, and the integration of technology into business practices. Erin is co-chair of Bradley’s Cybersecurity and Privacy Practice Group and leads the Firm’s Fintech team. After practicing in Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area for over a decade, Erin uses her deep experience with California state regulations to help clients navigate privacy and security concerns, consumer protection laws, as well other challenging legal matters that arise in the privacy space. She regularly advises clients on CCPA, GLBA, GDPR, HIPAA, COPPA, CAN-SPAM, FCRA, security breach notification laws, and other U.S. state and federal privacy and data security requirements, and global data protection laws.

Threats, Harassment, and Contact Tracing: Why Privacy Programs are Expanding to Protect Health Care WorkersBack in March we wrote about Address Confidentiality Programs (ACPs) as the “high stakes compliance risk you probably haven’t heard of.” These state-sponsored programs were traditionally designed to protect victims of crimes such as domestic abuse, sexual assault, stalking, or human trafficking from perpetrators who seek to find and harm their victims. Since that first

As technology and business rapidly evolve, state and federal government agencies are continually introducing new data privacy regulations that businesses need to be aware of. To address this ever-changing landscape, we are pleased to introduce our new blog—Online & On Point—to provide commentary, updates, and insight on the developments that could have an

A New Privacy Headache: Virginia’s COVID-19 Workplace Safety Rule is Poised to Impact PrivacyOn July 15, 2020, the state of Virginia adopted the first of its kind COVID-19 workplace safety mandate. Propelled by months of inaction from a federal agency tasked with nationwide enforcement of workplace safety relating to COVID-19, Virginia’s Safety and Health Codes Board adopted an emergency regulation designed to establish requirements for employers to control,