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Posted on Tuesday, May 7th, 2019 by
It's been almost a year since GDPR came into effect. What has happened since then? What are the lessons learned? Why is data privacy a business priority? And how can you reevaluate your level of GDPR preparedness? Find out more in our blog article.

Topics: Cyber Law, Privacy & Security, Security Practices, Tips & Tricks

Posted on Tuesday, April 30th, 2019 by
Issued in March 2017, the main objective of 23 NYCRR 500 is to establish better protect consumer data privacy in the financial, banking and insurance industries across the United States. In this first blog article about 23 NYCRR 500, we will outline some key points to help you get a better understanding of the impact of the recent regulation.

Topics: Compliance, Cyber Law, Privacy & Security, Security Practices

Posted on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019 by
The darknet remains clouded in mystery for many of us. When you think of the darknet, you think of nefarious people doing dastardly things. It seems a place that is hard to define and difficult to locate. And, if you could, would you want to enter its dark domain? In this article, we’ll look at what lurks beneath the surface of the internet.

Topics: Cyber Law, Cybersecurity Platform ArkAngel, Ransomware

Posted on Tuesday, March 5th, 2019 by
Similar to what is currently being applied by the European Union via the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) brings to the United States a new set of data privacy rights and compliance obligations. What does this mean for organizations? In short, businesses inside and outside of California may be affected by this new privacy legislation. Business owners, executives and privacy professionals should therefore prepare for January 1, 2020.

Topics: Compliance, Cyber Law, Privacy & Security, Tips & Tricks, Uncategorized

Posted on Tuesday, February 19th, 2019 by
In today’s digital world, companies of all types and sizes need to protect their critical data assets against cyberattacks and data breaches. Privacy obligations such as GDPR, CCPA and PIPEDA have required organizations to step up their privacy game to demonstrate compliance with mandatory privacy breach notification, reporting and record-keeping. Although more and more organizations have implemented basic compliance exercises, many are still at a loss when it comes to managing, monitoring and reporting on their privacy obligations. This blog article answers key questions about how organizations can leverage strategic reporting frameworks to understand their inherent risks, determine their target maturity and report effectively on their various data privacy obligations.

Topics: Compliance, Cyber Law, Cybersecurity Posture, IoT Security, Managed Security Services, Privacy & Security, Security Practices

Data privacy is the fundamental right of us
Posted on Tuesday, January 29th, 2019 by
Is Data Privacy Beneficial to the Business or Just the Customer?   2019 has started with a data privacy bang. The French National Data Protection Commission (CNIL) has fined Google around $57 million for privacy violations under the GDPR. The ruling was based on non-compliance with consent to process data as outlined in the General...

Topics: BIg Data, Compliance, Cyber Law, Enterprise Security Architecture, Managed Security Services, Penetration Testing, Security Practices, Tips & Tricks

Digital Privacy Act Canada
Posted on Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 by
In order to harmonize the Canadian requirements to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union, the Government of Canada issued final provisions on the mandatory reporting and recording of privacy breaches according to Canada’s PIPEDA. The new regulations, also known as the Digital Privacy Act, came into force on November 1st, 2018. Under the Digital Privacy Act, Canadian and non-Canadian organizations subject to PIPEDA will need to take necessary steps for compliance. This amendment to Canadian federal law primarily relates to three areas: 1. Data breach record keeping, 2. Data breach reporting and 3. Data breach notification.

Topics: Compliance, Cyber Law, Privacy & Security

Incident Response Planning - Hitachi Systems Security
Posted on Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018 by
Each jurisdiction imposes data protection standards with regards to when and how organizations should or must disclose data breaches. This allows individuals whose personal information has been compromised to take remedial steps to avoid potential adverse consequences, such as financial losses or identity theft. As part of our 5-part series, this article dives deeper into the different jurisdictions that organizations in today’s globalized world may be subject to.

Topics: Compliance, Cyber Law, Incident Response

Ransomware and cyberinsurance
Posted on Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017 by
Is Ransomware Covered By Your Cyberinsurance?

Topics: Cyber Law, Privacy & Security, Ransomware

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Posted on Tuesday, April 25th, 2017 by
What is the risk exposure when an organization suffers a data breach and is not compliant with PCI DSS?

Topics: Compliance, Cyber Law, PCI DSS

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