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How Government Regulations Can Aid Cybersecurity Defenses

Just as no man is an island, no organization is, either. Every entity, whether public or private sector, operates in an ecosystem of partners, suppliers, customers, regulators, governing bodies and everyone in ...
Security Boulevard

2022 Q1 Privacy Update — A new year sparks new initiatives

The first months of 2022 began slowly for privacy, but by the end of the first quarter we had our marching orders for the rest of the year. In the U.S., we ...
Consumer Data Right further supported with new Australia SaaS region

Consumer Data Right further supported with new Australia SaaS region

In order to better support our clients in Australia and APAC, Cloudentity has launched a new Australia SaaS region. This server region joins our US and EU regions to help our global ...
eCBSV: new consent-based SSN verification service

eCBSV: new consent-based SSN verification service

Following worldwide trends of governments providing new and better identity and privacy services to consumers and banks, the Social Security Administration (SSA) is implementing a new fee-based Social Security number (SSN) verification ...
The Tripwire Cybersecurity Podcast

Why Privacy Matters in Cybersecurity

In this episode, Jarell Oshodi, Deputy Chief Privacy Officer for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, discusses the role of privacy in the cybersecurity field. As an attorney, she brings a ...

Ultimate Guide to CPRA for US Businesses

To say that data governance and data compliance are rapidly becoming areas of immense strategic importance for businesses would be an understatement. Governments worldwide already have data protection laws in place or ...

Texas SB 820 Advances K-12 Cybersecurity Despite Limitations

Like many organizations, K-12 schools adapted to COVID-19 by accelerating their digital transformation journeys. And like everyone else who followed this path, they invited unwanted attention from digital criminals in the process ...

US legislation brings mandatory cyberattack and ransomware reporting one step closer

The US Senate has passed legislation designed to improve the cybersecurity of the Federal Government. The legislation, which consists of three bills, was unanimously passed by the Senate on Tuesday evening, and ...

Regulating a Nation’s Information Security Workforce

In a previous article, I examined Australia’s proposed Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure) Bill 2020. This information security overhaul imposes strict reporting requirements for enterprises as well as affords the Australian government ...

Privacy in 2021: A Year Worth Reviewing

With two new U.S. State privacy laws, new Standard Contractual Clauses out of the EU, more GDPR-style laws passed around the globe, and record data protection fines, 2021 provided plenty of fodder ...