Washington State legislators passed a new Data Breach bill, HB 1071, that strengthens data breach notification laws. The new law now includes the expansion of the definition of personal information and also reduces the breach notification deadline.
The European Parliament voted in favor of a massive database to unify and track biometrics data of EU and non-EU citizens, as part of approved Interoperability Legislation.
French data protection watch dog and data privacy agency, CNIL, has imposed nearly a $57 million fine against Google for violating GDPR privacy rules. This is the first time GDPR-related penalties have been imposed against a large U.S. technology company since GDPR was first made into law last year.
Critical vulnerabilities in a popular WordPress GDPR Compliance plugin was being exploited in the wild by hackers. WordPress since released version 1.4.3 that patched the critical flaws.
President Donald Trump signed the NIST Small Business Cybersecurity Act into law, legislation authored by U.S. Senators Brian Schatz (D-Hawai‘i) and James Risch (R-Idaho).
In case you missed it, the National Institute of Standards and Technologies (NIST) published a new guideline “An Introduction to Information Security” for individuals looking to get a better understanding of introductory information security best practices.
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In this article, we take the mystique out of many of the most popular security standards and guidelines and highlight a few of the key resources available at your fingertips. By implementing some of these best practices, your business will be better prepared to keep your sensitive data safe and protect your brand from cyber attackers.
In case you missed it, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released a video that explains how companies can leverage NIST’s Cybersecurity Framework and FTC’s own “Start with Security” guidelines to greatly improve security in their organization. In this article, we highlight the five key tenants from the framework and how they could have possibly prevented FTC action and penalties.