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The Hawaii Insurance Commissioner, David Ige, has signed Act 112 into law, adopting the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ Insurance Data Security Model Law to establish insurance data security standards for Hawaii insurance licensees.

The act applies to all of the State’s insurance licensees, including “every licensed insurer, producer, and any other person licensed or required to be licensed, authorized or required to be authorized, or registered or required to be registered, under [Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS)] chapter 431 or 432, or holding a certificate of authority under chapter 432D.” The HRS exempts certain licensees under the Act.

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