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Implementing the NIST cybersecurity framework could be worth at least $1.4m to your business

While there are many other frameworks available, the NIST CSF provides a nationally recognized guideline as you scale your business and cybersecurity program.

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Nation state attacks – the cyber cold war gets down to business

Cyber weaponry is moving to new frontiers: yours. Businesses are the next target on the nation state menu. Are you protected or vulnerable?

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Key articles in the GDPR for the enterprise

Major data breaches are on the rise and information law is rising in response. The GDPR is perhaps the most prominent example of this shift to a more customer-centric data protection ideology.

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Tax scams target businesses, too: attacks just the tip of the phishing spear

There are too many people unaware of the issue and too many organizations that believe they are immune or that your business won’t be a target.

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Toe-to-toe with the Roosskies

Russia is hardly, if at all, deterred by sanctions. Until Uncle Sam puts his kinetic foot down, Russian Intrusions and campaigns will continue and most likely increase.

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I’m using the public cloud, should I care about GDPR?

GDPR says you should care, but how you should go about it remains murky at best.

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Regulation is the best hope for IoT security – imagine that!

Far from stifling technological innovation, regulation could in fact create lucrative new opportunities for security vendors.

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GDPR is not just a regulatory framework. It’s also a moral and existential blueprint

The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation is a genuine renaissance for data protection – and not just for EU, but for all humanity.

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Take a cue from Europe on making GDPR work

GDPR compliance is not a customer-service proposition. To better understand GDPR, U.S. companies should adopt a European mindset.

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Are shared services the answer to data protection?

There are still some issues to be addressed before everyone will be fully on board with the idea of shared services in government. But because the government is increasingly moving to the cloud, the sooner everyone is on board, the...

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The global ungoverned area

Looking at the Internet through Westphalian-tinted glasses is not going to make us safer or more secure.

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Mandatory Breach Notification is not a silver bullet

Global experience demonstrates that a Notifiable Data Breach (NDB) regime does little to make organizations act to ensure ongoing information security. And with generous exemptions provided by the Australian NDB rules, data breaches,...

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3 ways to make the most of GDPR

EU regulations provide an unprecedented opportunity to elevate cybersecurity as a business enabler.

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GDPR keeping you up? There’s another monster hiding under the bed…

There’s another deadline in May that needs to be paid attention to – the NIS Directive.

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Why the cybersecurity industry is failing government

One problem is that tech companies still try to force-fit their commercial applications into the federal space. But that's not the only issue...

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May the forces be with you: using IPaaS for IAM and GDPR

Getting your head around GDPR with some new tools of the trade.

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U.S. companies could get badly burned by GDPR – here's how not to

Knowing how GDPR is different from the regulations your company is already complying with will help determine the gaps that exist between the two.

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6 steps for GDPR compliance

GDPR law applies to all companies that collect and process data belonging to European Union (EU) citizens. You have every reason to fear it because failure to comply will be costly.

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What trust and safety leaders need to know after Google, Facebook and Twitter Senate hearings

And how social platforms can overcome increased scrutiny and regulations.

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NAIC Model Law passes

What the new insurance data security regulation means and mean and how it will impact the insurance sector.

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