Most security standards require a “regular review” of policies, which many companies do with an annual cadence. What could be more ho-hum and boring? But US and international regulations have changed over the last year, and that pace of change is likely to continue for at least a couple of years.
As the United States struggles to update its national privacy laws, California is taking a big step in this direction in January 2020. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) goes into effect January 1st and aims to improve privacy rights and consumer protections for residents of California. Are you ready?
Data breaches are among the greatest threats to the value of an organization’s brand, especially when they expose customer and prospect data. This inevitably creates a negative public perception and damages an organization’s reputation. These increasingly common occurrences have affected industries from healthcare and public utilities to retail establishments, restaurants, and digital service providers.