To prepare for the upcoming GDPR we’re doing a series of blogs about key regulations and ways to be compliant with them. GDPR is closing in, and we’re close at its heels having crossed the halfway mark on our GDPR Countdown. At #6 we examine the GDPR’s impact on Data Transfers.
To prepare for the upcoming GDPR we’re doing a series of blogs about key regulations and ways to be compliant with them. In part 5 in our 10-part series we take a look at the impact of GDPR on Data Security and Privacy Policies and what it may mean for your organization.
Data privacy and security have moved to the forefront of boardroom visibility in 2018. Constant focus on how we manage personally identifiable information (PII) and personal health information (PHI) is moving in a new direction. Not only are we concerned about what we’re storing and processing, but we now need to understand the “where, why, […]
To prepare for the upcoming GDPR we’re doing a series of blogs about key regulations and ways to be compliant with them. In Part 1 we discussed the Right to Be Forgotten, in Part 2 we spoke about Privacy by Design and by Default and in Part 3 we understood why Designating Data a Protection Officer […]
To prepare for the upcoming GDPR we’re doing a series of blogs about key regulations and ways to be compliant with them. In Part 1 we discussed the Right to Be Forgotten and in Part 2 we spoke about Privacy by Design and by Default. In this blog we analyze the emerging role of the […]
Despite the huge damage of a data breach in terms of cost, reputation, and business losses, backup and recovery systems are currently in use at only 45% of surveyed healthcare organizations, and more than 38% are not planning to use backup and recovery systems at all. Why put yourself and your organization under the looming […]
The deadline for compliance with GDPR is closing in and many of us are grappling with its regulations and their impact. In this blog series, we’re unpacking GDPR’s key provisions and exploring the implications for your compliance and technology teams. We started the series with Countdown to GDPR: The Right to Be Forgotten where we […]
SaaS applications like G Suite, Office 365, and Salesforce are revolutionizing the healthcare industry with improvements to agility, connectivity, and accessibility. On the flip side, Public Health Information (PHI) breaches are also on the rise and proper data protection remains a top concern. That is because PHI data is incredibly valuable on the black market; […]
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline is looming, and no one’s entirely sure about its implications and compliance requirements. What we do know is that with GDPR the onus of compliance lies with both the data controller (primary data holders/managers/subscribers) and the Data processors (secondary data holders, SaaS/vendor apps). Or as Google put […]
Real-life cybersecurity horror stories abound. The Equifax breach threatens most of our identities. The KRACK vulnerability makes the Wi-Fi networks we live on unsafe. Our vulnerable electronic voting systems threaten our democracy. Breach fatigue is real, not only among consumers, but businesses as well. In fact, most expect breaches to be inevitable. According to a […]