Data protection is a complex challenge, and it demands attention at every level of an organization. PKWARE's in-house experts are here to help you stay up to date on best practices, emerging trends, and new resources for enterprise data security.
We're now three quarters of the way through New York's two-year-long implementation of its cybersecurity law for financial services companies.
The first law of its kind in the US, NYCRR 500 sets best-practice cybersecurity requirements for all banks, mortgage companies, insurance companies, and other organizations that do business in New York. The requirements are being phased in between March 1, 2017 (when the law first took effect) and March 1, 2019.
A few years from now, stories like this may not even qualify as news. That's how quickly cybersecurity laws—nearly unheard of until recently—are becoming the norm.
For now, though, each new law is worth noting, and the Colorado Protections for Consumer Data Privacy law, which took effect on September 1, is the latest law to hit the books in the US.
In what may go down as one of the least surprising cybersecurity developments of 2018, the California state legislature has passed the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), a data protection law that brings the key concepts of Europe’s GDPR onto American shores.
What are businesses doing differently now that the GDPR has taken effect? That was the topic of discussion in two executive boardroom sessions moderated by PKWARE CEO Miller Newton.
The discussions took place during recent Evanta CISO Executive Summits in San Francisco and London, bringing together information security executives from major corporations on both sides of the Atlantic.
Whether they've stayed ahead of the compliance curve since the law was first announced, or have kept their heads in the sand and made no preparations at all, organizations around the world are all wondering the same thing:
What happens next?
PKWARE is proud to announce that CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Jen Ferguson, Director of Partner Marketing, to its prestigious 2018 Women of the Channel list. The executives on this annual list span the IT channel, representing vendors, distributors, solution providers and other organizations that figure prominently in the channel ecosystem.
It was great to see everyone at this year’s RSA conference! The year’s biggest industry event is an ideal opportunity to gain insight into the trends and developments that are shaping the future of cybersecurity. Here’s a quick rundown of the recurring themes we heard in our conversations with information security professionals from around the world.
One month from today, Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation will take effect, and the security strategies prepared by organizations around the world will be put to the test.
The GDPR presents a complex challenge, creating new rules for corporations and new rights for the individuals whose data those corporations collect and process. The more data an organization has, the more difficult it will be to meet that challenge.