Less than one year after the CCPA took effect, California passed another consumer privacy law: the CPRA. Here are six changes to help you understand CPRA vs. CCPA. “CPRA vs. CCPA: What’s the Difference? 6 Key Changes to Understand”
This article is Part One of a Four-part Series on the HITRUST Framework
When you think of HITRUST, you probably think of healthcare. After all, HITRUST was originally created as the “Health Information Trust Alliance.” “7 HITRUST Regulatory Factors to Consider for Healthcare”
Microsoft’s Supplier Security and Privacy Assurance Program (SSPA), formerly known as the Vendor Privacy Assurance Program, is an initiative designed to standardize and strengthen how Microsoft’s customer, partner, and employee information is handled by Microsoft vendors worldwide. “Understanding Microsoft SSPA Attestation”
Let A-LIGN guide your journey from Information Security Management System (ISMS) to Privacy Information Management System (PIMS) “ISO 27701 Streamlines Data Privacy, Incorporates GDPR and CCPA concepts into Certifiable Standard”
A-LIGN continues to take a proactive, people-first approach as security and compliance as new technology and cyber threats emerge. “Top Cybersecurity Company A-LIGN Focuses on Innovation (The Software Report)”
A strong cybersecurity and risk posture is increasingly important in today’s business world, which is why it is imperative that private equity investors build cybersecurity and privacy modules into their due diligence. “Why Cybersecurity and Privacy Due Diligence is Important for Private Equity Firms”
Enacted on May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) shook up the privacy world by enacting some of the strongest consumer protection laws ever seen. Any industry that processes the personal data of European Union residents was affected, and the regulation was designed to force organizations to implement the appropriate processes to manage consumer privacy and build consumer trust.
One year later, we reflect on what’s changed – and where we’re headed in 2019.
Are You Ready for GDPR’s May 2018 Deadline?
How can your organization achieve GDPR compliance? Consumer privacy continues to become a mounting concern for organizations and with the implementation deadline for GDPR quickly approaching the focus on privacy has increased. “3 Steps to Achieve GDPR Compliance”