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Catherine R. Tucciarello

Associate
New York Metro
New York City

P 212-545-4000
F 212-972-3213
Catherine.Tucciarello@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Catherine Tucciarello is an Associate in the New York City, New York office of Jackson Lewis P.C.

Ms. Tucciarello regularly represents employers in workplace law matters, including providing preventive advice and counseling, and workplace trainings.

In her Privacy, Data and Cybersecurity practice, Ms. Tucciarello advises clients in various industries on compliance with federal and international privacy laws, including HIPAA, the ADA, GINA, FMLA, the TCPA, FCRA, and the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield. She also provides guidance to organizations on data breach prevention and response.

During law school, Ms. Tucciarello served as the Managing Editor of the Seton Hall Circuit Review, and the Director of the Appellate Advocacy program.

 

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CCPA: Expansive Array of Consumer Rights Imposes Rigorous Compliance Burden
September 18, 2019

For years now, state laws have required subject organizations to provide notification to affected data subjects and, in some instances, to state agencies, consumer reporting agencies, and the media, when they experience a “breach” of certain categories of information.  And a growing number of states – including California, Colorado, Conne Read More

“Help Me, Help You”: Defense Department Advises Contractors That Cybersecurity Is An Allowable Cost
June 24, 2019

During a presentation at the Professional Services Council Federal Acquisition Conference on June 13, 2019, a high-ranking Department of Defense (“DoD”) official announced, with dramatic flair, that cybersecurity is an allowable cost: “I need you all now to get out your pens and you better write this down and tell your teams: Hear it from Read More

High-end Job Recruitment Site Exposes at least 13.7 million Users with Unprotected Server
May 10, 2019

A security lapse has exposed the data of at least 13.7 million user records of the high-end job recruitment site, Ladders. The company left a cloud-hosted search database exposed without a password. Read More