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Healthcare orgs have to achieve true cybersecurity, not only compliance

How many organizations in the healthcare sector are conforming with the HIPAA Security and Privacy Rules and the National Institute of Standards and Technology Cybersecurity Framework (NIST CSF)? According to

Don’t build a maginot line of data security because without cyber security you are still vulnerable

Data security and cyber security overlap, but they are different, and there is a risk that if you focus too much on data security you could be left exposed. Bridewell’s

The CIO’s greatest roadblock to Agile development: Security governance

Today, the greatest roadblock CIOs face when adopting Agile development is not ‘security in general,’ but ‘security governance.’ We can define ‘security governance’ as the establishment of security policies and

Data breach reports delayed as organizations struggle to achieve GDPR compliance

Businesses routinely delayed data breach disclosure and failed to provide important details to the ICO in the year prior to the GDPR’s enactment.  On average, businesses waited three weeks after discovery

Software Compliance Risks in the Age of Digital Transformation

Digital transformation is a burgeoning change in the world of business and technology. Organizational leaders are piping with excitement at the wealth of opportunities to grow their business and seize

The cybersecurity legislation agenda: 5 areas to watch

The 116th Congress is only a few months old, but far-reaching cybersecurity bills to protect infrastructure and the supply chain, ensure election integrity, and build a security workforce are now

Does Compliance Equal Security in the Age of Data Privacy?

May 25th, 2018 is a date that will forever be etched in history as day when the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was finally implemented. Many assumed it would

GDPR: Not Heavy Handed Yet, But Driving Data Breaches Into The Open

With the European Union’s landmark General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) now in place a bit more than eight months, it seems that at least one of its messages has had

8 months of GDPR: 59,000+ reported breaches, 91 fines

A little over eight months have passed since the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) became enforceable, but it’s becoming clear that sweeping data breaches under the carpet has become

Four differences between the GDPR and the CCPA

By passing the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which goes into effect on January 1, 2020, the Golden State is taking a major step in the protection of consumer data.