When organizations follow frameworks such as Gartner's Data-Centric Audit and Protection (DCAP) guidelines, security and compliance can coexist and even complement one another.
Organizations should take these steps to put their GDPR readiness plans in motion and make the transition as smooth as possible once the regulation takes effect in May.
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (DSS) 3.2 arrives Feb. 1. According to Help Net Security, however, companies aren’t ready. Despite two years of prep time, many organizations have opted to cram for yearly evaluations instead of...
Today, IBM announced IBM Security Guardium Big Data Intelligence, a solution that provides the power and capacity of a big data platform while also meeting data security requirements. Expanding data volumes and longer compliance data retention...
After you've completed the Assess and Design phases of GDPR readiness, the next step is to implement and execute policies, processes and technologies to enhance your data privacy capabilities.
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.
The Gingerbread Man knew that May 25, 2018 was a big day: the day by which he had to achieve General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance. Organizations around the world — not just those in the European Union (EU) — needed to prepare....
After the Assess phase of your GDPR readiness journey, it's time to move onto the Design phase to determine how you'll achieve and maintain compliance.
Bloomberg's Big Law Business Summit — West took on emerging corporate challenges, including the need to go above and beyond compliance in IT security.