Make Sure Your Organization is GDPR Compliant
Enterprises want to keep their data safe for a number of reasons: competitive advantage, customer retention and satisfaction, legal requirements and audit mandates. EU lawmakers have taken a new step in data security requirements, looking at the security of organization’s data from another perspective: consumers.
Get Compliant and Stay Compliant
This paper outlines key requirements of compliance mandates and provides recommendations on how to build a sustainable identity program to meet those requirements. It also presents a step-by-step methodology and timeline for implementing identity governance.
Seven Key Success Factors for Identity Governance
You have been given a high-profile mission: address urgent audit and compliance requirements by implementing an identity governance solution across your organization. You know the scope of the project will include changes to the processes and technology you use today, in addition to the people involved, but you still have questions.
Compliance or Agility? (Why Not Both?)
The increasing number of disclosed security breaches has recently shifted the public’s attention away from compliance. While no longer a hot topic in the news, compliance is still a major focus for enterprises.
Meeting the Challenges of GDPR Compliance
Implementation of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) introduces sweeping new set of requirements to ensure the privacy and protection of EU customer data.
Step-by-Step Guide: GDPR Compliance with Identity Governance
When General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was introduced, it represented the most significant change in global privacy law in 20 years. It instituted new and wide-ranging privacy requirements for any organization handling the personal data of individuals living in the EU.
6 Tips for Building Your Cloud Identity Governance Strategy
When starting any new project, especially one as critical to your organization’s security as an identity governance project, there are certain aspects you must think about.
More Than Just Healthcare Compliance: Implementing a Governance-Based Ap...
The digitization of healthcare has transformed the cyber-threat landscape. As demand for data sharing between healthcare organizations increases, so does the risk of non-compliance with regulations designed to protect patient records.
Why Compliance is Insufficient for Healthcare Cybersecurity
Up to $1.5 million per violation per year. That’s the potential cost of failing to complywith HIPAA rules.
The Blueprint for Securing HIPAA-Related Data
An estimated 80 percent of all the data in the world is stored in files that are typically unsecure.
Best Practices to Achieve CCPA Compliance
In effect as of January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is the first regulation of its kind introduced in the United States aimed at protecting consumer data. Businesses that are not fully prepared to comply with this Act, face severe financial penalties.
Chertoff Group State and Local Government Cybersecurity and Compliance
State and local public-sector organizations contend with a daily onslaught of increasingly frequent, evolving and sophisticated cyberattacks. To meet these challenges and vulnerabilities, state and local government risk management personnel must bolster their identity governance capabilities.
Webinar Recording: The Roadmap for Securing HIPAA-Related Content and El...
As patient data and other sensitive information are extracted from applications and databases, it is often manipulated and saved in file formats such as PDF, PowerPoint, Word, and Excel. Many healthcare providers have no visibility into where these files reside, what each file contains, and who can access this data. [...]