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Cybersecurity Industry Regulatory Compliance

Time’s Up On TikTok In Corporate Environments

Several governments around the world have or are considering banning the Chinese-owned social media app TikTok from government mobile devices as it presents an “unacceptable level of risk to privacy and security.” Canada is the latest of a number of governments to take this action. And the United
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Can Your Financial Firm Report Breaches in 36 Hours or Less?

A new federal regulation stipulates an unprecedented cybersecurity breach reporting window of 36-hours or less for just about everyone in the banking ecosystem.
Cybersecurity Industry Regulatory Compliance

Cybersecurity in Financial Services: How to Protect Your Business From a Data Breach

The alarming rise in security incidents emphasizes the importance of robust security controls.
Cybersecurity Industry Regulatory Compliance

How CMMC Helps with Multiple Compliance Certifications

The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (cmmc 2.0) cmmc 2.0 is a ‘gold standard’ for developing the maturity of your cybersecurity. And because cmmc 2.0 requirements serve as that gold standard, cmmc 2.0 can also guide your compliance efforts across other frameworks, ensuring maximum
Managed Detection and Response Regulatory Compliance

How CMMC Measures Up to Other Compliance Frameworks

Note: This article was updated December 2021 to include the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) program changes (now known as CMMC 2.0), announced November 2021 by the Department of Defense (DoD).If you’re reading this post, chances are you have been through a regulatory compliance
Data Protection Regulatory Compliance

Was My Data Really Stolen?

Here’s a hypothetical: Today, you were informed of a cyber incident. Luckily, it appears minor and that no data was exfiltrated. After your brief panic subsides, you figure “Great! I’m all in the clear.” In the words of the great Lee Corso, “Not so fast, my friend.” When you are the steward of
Regulatory Compliance

CCPA: No Extensions, No Excuses

California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) came into effect on the first of January 2020, and while we haven’t seen any CCPA penalties handed out yet, I’m betting one is coming any day now. Given provocative comments from California’s Attorney General, companies recognize they must get compliant in a

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