IBM Security developed a five-phase GDPR framework to help organizations achieve and maintain compliance with the upcoming privacy law.
When responding to a data breach, the CISO must work closely with the legal department to minimize the risks of litigation and reputational damage.
The deadline to achieve compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is fast approaching, but many companies remain unprepared.
Due to the rapidly shifting technology landscape, a robust, dynamic and well-funded IT asset management program is a prerequisite to success in business.
The new z14 mainframe from IBM includes a revamped coprocessor that enables pervasive encryption of both at-rest and in-transit data.
If mainframe data is your secret sauce, then data activity monitoring should be a key part of the data protection strategy defending your secret recipe.
IT decision-makers should invest in reliable tools and the help of trusted experts to respond to emerging IoT security challenges.
IBM z14 provides pervasive encryption capabilities to help organizations improve data protection and maintain regulatory compliance.
Recent research revealed that three-quarters of nontechnical business leaders in the U.S. do not believe the upcoming GDPR will affect their organizations.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will take effect on May 25, 2018, and companies that fail to prepare may face steep fines.