The Obama administration's push to create a national standard for when and how banks and other companies must notify customers of a data breach appears to be gaining momentum.
Financial services representatives told a Senate panel on Tuesday they would support the White House’s proposal, which would, among other things, combine a patchwork of 47 state laws on the issue into a federal standard.
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