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Wyoming's data breach laws require companies conducting business in the state to inform customers about data breaches. After a breach of protected information, a business has to notify customers via written or electronic message. If notification
would cost more than $250,000 or a breach affects more than 500,000 residents, companies can opt to post a notice online, in a newspaper, or in a similarly public manner.
Name of Law / Statute
Definition of Protected Information
Combination of (1) name or other identifying info, PLUS (2) one or more of these "data" elements: SSN; driver's license number; or account number, credit card number, debit card number if accompanied by PIN, password, or
access codes, PLUS tribal ID card
Who Is Subject to Law?
Any person or business conducting business in the state who licenses or owns PI
Notification of Consumers?
Yes, after investigation into whether consumer info was leaked b/c of breach
By what means?
Written or electronic
Substitute Notice Threshold?
For WY businesses, >$10k cost and >10k residents; for non-WY businesses that operate in WY, >$250k cost and >500k residents
Notification of authorities / regulators required?
Credit monitoring requirement?
Private lawsuits allowed?
Only against consumer reporting agencies for violating a security freeze
Private damages cap?
Regulatory actions allowed?
HIPAA Compliance exemption?
Other (e.g., timeframe)
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Wyoming's data breach law
Read the full text of Wyoming’s data breach law.