Organizations preparing for GDPR should reach out to their third-party vendors to clearly define the roles, expectations and responsibilities of data controllers and processors.
A recent report revealed that the cost of noncompliance is 2.71 times higher than the cost of aligning with data protection regulations.
GDPR's implementation on an issue relevant to the cybersecurity industry may well have negative consequences that (ironically) run contrary to its original intent.
Organizations in every industry, from banking to retail, healthcare and more, are required to apply mobile data protection rules set by governments that impose massive fines in cases of noncompliance. Until the early 2000s, it was simpler to control...
Derivatives clearing and prime services providers face many new challenges, including intensifying regulatory requirements and legacy systems that can't keep up with evolving business models.
With the regulation set to take effect in less than 60 days, time is running out to prepare for GDPR. But even if you've yet to start, it's not too late to complete your GDPR journey before May 25.
In a new report, analyst firm Gartner predicted that enterprises around the world will spend up to $1.5 billion on IoT security in 2018.
Just because you're in compliance doesn't mean you're doing everything you can to protect your enterprise and customer data. Learn how to bridge the gap between security and compliance at Think 2018.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will take effect on May 25, 2018, and companies that fail to prepare may face steep fines.
Security compliance is getting expensive. But if enterprises don't spend now, according to recent reports, they'll pay later.