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What is personally identifiable information (PII)? How to protect it under GDPR

The EU's General Data Protection Regulation requires companies to protect the privacy of their EU customers. That means keeping personally identifiable information (PII) safe. Here's what you need to know.

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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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Is your cloud service provider ready for HIPAA?

Is your industry’s compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 covered in the cloud?

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2018 cybersecurity resolutions: check the health of your cyber compliance

Regardless of cybersecurity budgets, we can always optimize what we currently have, to better secure our organizations. The “basics” apply to every organization, of any size – if you don’t have all the boxes for compliance checked,...

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Is the 'right to explanation' in Europe’s GDPR a game-changer for security analytics?

Making major adjustments in the types of software solutions they use to analyze personal data in the wake of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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Ready for the EU's GDPR compliance deadline? Many companies aren't | Salted Hash Ep 16

CSO senior editor Michael Nadeau joins host Steve Ragan to talk about predictions for 2018, including the looming GDPR compliance deadline.

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Will the end of net neutrality be a security nightmare?

Effects of the net neutrality repeal are hard to predict, but there could be additional costs for using endpoint security tools if data rates rise. Best advice: Stay the course on security for now.

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Cyber insurance in the 2018 regulatory landscape

If more money continues to be spent on cyber defense, and our risk posture is not improving proportional to the level of spend, the insurance sector may need to reassess how to evaluate an applicant’s cyber risk profile.

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The year ahead in cybersecurity law

Major legal cases and proposed state and federal legislation this year will shape how companies respond to and attempt to mitigate cybersecurity and data privacy risks.

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Stolen identities and a lack of verification render public comment procedures meaningless

The Federal Communication Commission’s call for comments on its repeal of net neutrality rules received over 22 million comments but millions of these comments were fake.

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The hackers are coming: 6 cloud computing trends you will see in 2018

Growth is good, and will bring many changes to the cloud industry. But not all changes will be good, especially when it comes to security.

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How enterprise security transformed in 2017 and what comes next in 2018

Digital transformation and microservices made up the most impactful trends for the enterprise security industry in 2017, but what will have the biggest impact in 2018?

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Top 5 cybersecurity questions for the CISO in 2018

CISOs face many challenges as they plan for 2018. These five questions will help guide strategic discussions in a demanding year ahead.

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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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8 cybersecurity trends to watch for 2018

New challenges and threats will face IT departments in the year ahead.

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