Data privacy laws and similar compliance regulations help organizations to raise their standards, engage in real conversations about security, and make difficult financial decisions. Learn more about how GDPR is changing the way organizations secure data.
When properly understood, privacy regulations not only ensure that the PII of consumers is protected, but they also raise the bar for security across the entire organization. Learn more about how GDPR has changed data privacy in the last year.
Getting out of the trap of reaction-based security requires organizations to rethink both their networking and security strategies. Organizations need to begin by anticipating attacks by implementing zero-trust strategies, leveraging real-time threat intelligence, deploying behavioral analytics tools, and implementing a cohesive security fabric.
For encryption to work in the financial services industry, firms must take an integrated approach within their security strategy to make sure encryption is doing its job: providing critical security and data protection without decreasing the productivity of the security infrastructure as a whole.
Fortinet recently talked with Gary Southwell, Managing Director, about CSPi’s security priorities and the tools they produce to keep customers’ information secure through automated breach identification and notification, consequently avoiding loss of reputation and incurring compliance fines.
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will begin May 25, 2018, and businesses across the globe are bracing for the updated legislation. The GDPR is changing more than data compliance—it’s changing the way businesses operate—affecting how and when they interact with the data of EU residents. One industry that will be held to higher standards is healthcare.
In our last blog we learnt what potential impact the mandatory breach notification and the EU’s GDPR will have on the Australian market. But what’s next for organisations and what will be the potential challenges?