COVID-19 Brings Deadline Extensions from NY Department of Financial Services

The New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) has taken several steps in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. On …
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Opinion: Why a CIO Should First be a CISO

Historically, IT was founded around two core competencies: hardware and software. In the 90s, companies in higher risk arenas began …
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/ CISO, Op-Ed

Best Practices for Cybersecurity During Social Distancing

It’s unusual that a cybersecurity news organization has the chance to report on a biological virus instead of a software …
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Working remotely suggestions

Coronavirus and remote working: a practical guide 10 years in the making

iubenda provides more than 60,000 customers worldwide with software solutions for compliance with online regulations, such as the GDPR and …
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/ Business Continuity
Private Right of Action Controversy

Washington State Data Privacy Bill Dies: Private Right of Action At Issue

For the second year in a row, the State of Washington has failed to pass a data privacy law. In …
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As Federal Regulations Slip, States are Filling the Gap

In the years since its 2011 inception, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has been a valuable shield between consumers …
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Compliance Guide: CCPA and The Telephone Consumer Protection Act

The cold call has been around for a very long time as a marketing strategy. But more recently, automated testing …
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OPINION: How a CISO Improves Business Value

In August 2019, Bloomberg published an article that talked about the challenges of retaining a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), …
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Explaining the DoD’s New Cybersecurity Certification

By 2026, any contractor that works with the Department of Defense must meet the standards set by version 1.0 of …
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Clearview AI Breach Raises Questions About Data Privacy Compliance

Clearview AI, a facial recognition app the New York Times claimed “might end privacy as we know it,” has taken …
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