hybrid cloud

Hybrid Cloud’s Impact on Financial Services Security

A hybrid cloud strategy has always promised and delivered reduced costs, increased agility, improved operational efficiencies and greater ability to accommodate new technological advancements. The biggest question for financial institutions is whether ...
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GDPR

GDPR: One Year On, Lessons Learned

On May 25, 2018, the EU rolled out a new set of data privacy laws under the General Data Protection Regulation, more commonly known as GDPR. The aim of GDPR was to ...
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A New EU Cybersecurity Regulation and Why It’s Important

A New EU Cybersecurity Regulation and Why It’s Important

On the heels of GDPR and what it meant to the rest of the world outside of the EU, another EU cybersecurity regulation is on the horizon. Most organizations remember the effort ...
Data Breach Notifications: Too Complex To Understand

Data Breach Notifications: Too Complex To Understand?

There are letters that no one ever wants to get: any correspondence from the IRS or the notification for jury duty, for example.  Add data breach notifications letter to that list. Not ...
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GDPR

Is Third-Party Risk Assessment Getting Better?

 The 2019 “Vendor Risk Management Benchmark Study: Running Hard to Stay In Place” is the fifth annual survey of its kind by the Shared Assessments Program and consulting company Protiviti. The key ...
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2019 Update on frameworks, standards, and regulations for infosec

At the 2019 BSides Tampa Security conference I did a talk on 2019 Updates on frameworks, standards, and regulations for infosec. Over the last year several new and updated frameworks and regulations ...
Adequacy Agreements, Legislation and Compliance

Adequacy Agreements, Legislation and Compliance in a GDPR World

While Capitol Hill is inundated with proposed privacy legislations from the Data Breach Prevention and Compensation Act (DBPCA), the CLOUD Act and the ENCRYPT Act, organizations the world over are trying to ...
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Businesses Won't Be Ready for CCPA

Survey: Businesses Won’t Be Ready for CCPA

| | CCPA, Privacy, regulations
In July, I discussed one of the first U.S. responses to GDPR, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which is supposed to go into effect Jan. 1, 2020. Tech companies oppose the ...
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Security Boulevard’s 5 Most Read Stories for the Week

Security Boulevard’s 5 Most Read Stories for the Week, August 13-17

A new week, a new crop of security stories. Last week, lack of user privacy, man-in-the-attack, dumb privacy rules and Intel CPUs vulnerabilities made the headlines. In addition, we discussed how to get ...
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Dumb Privacy Rules

Dumb Privacy Rules: How Lawyers are Ruining It for Everyone

Father Guido Sarducci, comedian Don Novello’s eccumenical doppleganger, had a routine where he discussed the idea of the “5-minute University,” where he would teach you in five minutes everything you would remember ...
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