When properly aligned with business goals, compliance and security work in concert as part of a holistic, integrated system.
Protiviti's "2017 Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance Survey" revealed that companies are dedicating more resources to SOX compliance than in past years.
Now is the time for security leaders to stop talking about the GDPR and start acting to achieve compliance before the law takes effect in May 2018.
Zombie cloud data — information that lingers in the cloud even after a user supposedly deletes it — can open organizations to data theft and noncompliance.
MaaS360 helps security analysts assess, update and safely store data to achieve and maintain compliance with the GDPR before it takes effect in May 2018.
SIEM solutions are not meant to prevent security breaches. Rather, they are designed to strengthen the organization's overall security posture.
To set your security immune system on the right track, begin by assessing the controls in place, identifying gaps and generating a road map of initiatives.
Compliance should be viewed as a framework to facilitate security, not a magic wand to make threats and vulnerabilities disappear.
Companies in the EU and organizations that conduct business in the region must achieve GDPR compliance before the regulation takes effect next May.
FSS firms planning to adopt hybrid cloud services must consider the major security challenges and regulatory requirements associated with the technology.