Minnesota’s economic development agency joined forces with a local law firm to create a guidebook for businesses on privacy and data security.
The second edition of the free handbook offers guidance on related laws and best practices to ease risks. It includes information on federal privacy and data security laws, plus Minnesota laws. It also focuses workplace-specific privacy concerns and compliance with rules worldwide.
“This publication addresses important issues that businesses must know to succeed in an increasingly competitive and global business market,” Shawntera Hardy, commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, said in a statement.
Advisers from Minneapolis law firm Gray Plant Mooty helped craft the booklet.