The question of data privacy has become one that is shaping the business world of the 21st century. With many technologies advancing in leaps and bounds – as well as the increasing importance of ‘The Internet of Things’ the appointment of a professional Data Protection Officer to ensure legal and mandatory compliance has become a business imperative. We look at how failure to appoint such professionals who can operate at all levels of an organisation can be a costly mistake – not only in terms of revenue – but also in terms of customer trust.
Like it or not, there is a cybersecurity talent shortage. But whether or not that skills gap is catastrophic or inconvenient for your business is entirely up to you.
Balancing the need for privacy, security and profit is the defining debate of the internet age, impacting all of our lives. Each change to the way privacy and technology intersect needs to be examined on its own merits.
In this, the third of a series of articles, Pauline C. Reich examines how Asian countries are approaching the thorny issue of cybercrime and the interception of data. The author takes a look at two Southeast Asian countries in particular, Cambodia and the Philippines.
Finding a managed security services provider with the right mix of services and capabilities can be a lengthy process. Here are some key cybersecurity matters to consider and tips on what to look for in an MSSP.
Security assessments for third party vendors can be a long and tedious process, take time and resources, lengthen the sales cycle and complicate business growth. There are now solutions available that put the power in vendors’ hands.
What are the tools that can help DPOs measure efficacy and progress in improving the risk position and level of compliance across multiple functions of the company?
California’s new IoT security law requires IoT devices sold locally to be equipped with reasonable security measures. Do you know what types of devices are covered and what “reasonable security measures” entail?