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Choose Privacy Week, first observed by the American Library Association Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF) in 2010, is an initiative that invites the public to have a conversation about privacy rights in a digital age. The campaign gives the public the tools they need to educate and engage , and gives them resources to think critically and make more informed choices about their privacy.
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) was enacted in 2002 following a series of corporate scandals involving large public companies in the United States. The main goal of the legislation was to restore the trust in the U.S. financial markets and prevent public companies from defrauding their investors.
Enterprises of all scales and industries produce and manage sensitive data for both internal use and to share with vendors and customers. Tracking, storing and protecting sensitive data against exposure is a matter of corporate ethics and regulatory compliance as data protection regulations become stricter.
Starting January 1, 2020, the state of California enforces the most far-reaching data-privacy legislation in the history of the United States.
Learn some of the basic considerations when establishing a strong password policy for your organization. Find out some of the best practices and industry standards when it comes to user access and a password policy framework. Most places of business require that their employees access their facilities by using a key or key card. In many ways, passwords are the keys by which employees access their workplace network. With physical office keys or card readers, proper policies and procedures must be implemented to ensure that unauthorized access does not occur. The same holds true with successful password policies for organizations.
Learn the basics you need to know with HIPAA including the Privacy, Security and Breach Notification Rules. HIPAA Basics: What You Need to Know The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is a well-known piece of US legislation that is designed to provide organizations in health care with data privacy and security provisions for medical information. The original regulations were adopted in 1996 but since then they were amended with new legislation via the Privacy Rule of 2000, the Security Rule of 2003, the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH) and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act introduced in 2009 (ARRA).
Is cyber insurance the silver bullet to cover your organization from an attack? What lies within the fine print of a cyber insurance policy? These questions posed along with important considerations when choosing how to implement cyber security insurance properly.