Following the Equifax data breach, lawyers are pondering what new regulations, if any, will come out of the massive cyberattack that compromised sensitive information of 143 million Americans.

Steven Kuperschmid, a partner at Ruskin Moscou Faltischek in Uniondale who chairs the firm’s corporate and securities department, anticipates that the federal government will issue broad new regulations on cybersecurity following this event.

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