Is Ireland too soft with GDPR enforcement, or just being prudent?

Is Ireland too soft with GDPR enforcement, or just being prudent?

Some are concerned by the lack of GDPR fines issued by Ireland, the lead regulator for many tech giants. But the country’s taking its time for good reason. The post Is Ireland ...
[Webinar] Security by Obscurity: The Flip-Side of the Compliance Coin

[Webinar] Security by Obscurity: The Flip-Side of the Compliance Coin

In our software compliance webinar, Matan Scharf (Synopsys) explains the hidden security dangers of software standardization. Watch May 30 @ 10 a.m. Eastern. The post [Webinar] Security by Obscurity: The Flip-Side of ...
[Infographic] A look back at the first year of GDPR

[Infographic] A look back at the first year of GDPR

The first year of GDPR started slow, but companies and regulators alike are picking up speed. Our new infographic shows GDPR’s first year by the numbers. The post [Infographic] A look back ...
[Webinars] Tech due diligence, IAST, and government software

[Webinars] Tech due diligence, IAST, and government software

Learn about web services and APIs in tech due diligence, the magic of IAST, and software risks for DoD and government agencies in our upcoming webinars. The post [Webinars] Tech due diligence, ...
How to protect sensitive data with PCI DSS compliance

How to protect sensitive data with PCI DSS compliance

PCI DSS compliance can help you protect sensitive data and prevent data breaches. Step 1: Identify sensitive data and track how your applications handle it. The post How to protect sensitive data ...
Why your development team should care about software compliance

Why your development team should care about software compliance

Software compliance isn’t just a concern of security, development, and legal executives. Your developers and development managers should care about it too. Here’s why. How do you evaluate the quality of an ...
GDPR: Not heavy-handed yet, but driving data breaches into the open

GDPR: Not heavy-handed yet, but driving data breaches into the open

The GDPR fines issued so far have been small, but breach notifications are up. As GDPR continues to ramp up, it seems likely to achieve its goals of privacy. The original version ...
New software standards aim to slow rampant credit card theft

New software standards aim to slow rampant credit card theft

With the new PCI standards, the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council intends to reduce credit card fraud. But the new standards may not be enough. The original version of this post ...
National Data Privacy Day is wishful thinking

National Data Privacy Day is wishful thinking

The worst data privacy threat today isn’t data breach but data abuse. Organizations are using AI to learn more about us than we’d ever choose to tell them. The original version of ...
OWASP Top 10 web application security risks

OWASP Top 10 web application security risks

The OWASP Top 10 2017 is a list of the most significant web application security risks. How are you addressing these top 10 web app vulnerabilities? The Open Web Application Security Project ...
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