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Compliance Guide: Third-Party Risk Management and the GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is one of the world’s most popular regulations. Though the European Union designed the GDPR to protect European citizens, its compliance transcends European borders, impacting most businesses collecting personal data via their websites - because you can’t control whether a European citizen accesses your website. Third-party vendors often require access to sensitive personal data to deliver their services.

DFARS Compliance in Microsoft 365

Cybersecurity has become an important topic for the defense supply chain. The ever-increasing number of digital channels that data can be exchanged through, has exponentially increased the risk of data breaches and leaks. This puts a lot of pressure on these organizations to ensure that the risks associated with the handling of sensitive data are as low as possible.

IoT and the GDPR - How to stay compliant

Businesses that incorporate Internet of Things (IoT) into their daily operations have rarely, if ever, had access to so many resources to help improve your customer reach, collect more personal data and reduce your internal operational expenses due to IoT automation. IoT devices are ubiquitous, and as technology advances, so does the invention and use of connected devices within workplaces and our homes.

Navigating New Cybersecurity Policies and Regulations: What You Need to Know

2022 has brought in tighter cybersecurity restrictions and privacy regulations around the world. With the escalation of cyber threats due to the accelerated digital transformation and the Russian invasion of Ukraine, governments globally have made decisions to step up their cybersecurity defense and introduce new measures to protect businesses or national security.

Compliance Guide: 23 NY CRR and Third-Party Risk Management

The NY CRR 500 legislation was instituted by the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) in 2017 in response to the rising trend of cyberattacks in the finance industry. Sometimes regarded as the GDPR for financial services, the NY CRR 500 has a very high standard for sensitive data protection, requiring protection strategies for ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and security of information systems and nonpublic information (including customer data).

Introducing NC Protect's New CUI Designator Labelling Capability for US Defense Requirements

Protecting Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) is a top priority for companies that have government and defense contracts, especially with the changes being rolled out in CMMC 2.0. We’re pleased at announce a new NC Protect watermarking feature to support CUI Designator labelling capability to assist US Defense and the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) with meeting the new CUI document handling and tagging requirements. The feature will be globally available during the July 2022 timeframe.

New CERT-In Guidelines: What Does That Mean For You

An organization’s security protocols are vital to maintaining transparency, compliance with government regulations, and trust with customers. On April 28, 2022, the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) released updated directions for compliance requirements for all India-based companies and organizations with Indian clients.

Here's Why Regulatory Compliance is Important

You don’t have to jump through endless hoops to achieve regulatory compliance. By finding an easy way to comply with the right laws, regulations, and industry standards, regulatory compliance can offer several benefits for companies. Specific compliance requirements vary by industry and country. But in general, implementing regulatory compliance is a mandatory requirement for every sector and every company in countries with a robust business and economic landscape.

Ensure compliance, governance, and transparency across your teams with Datadog Audit Trail

In order to maintain compliance, enforce governance, and build transparency, teams across your organization need deep insight into how their users and automation interact with Datadog. For stakeholders in leadership roles, such as CIOs and CDOs, knowing what actions users took and when is essential for spotting gaps in enablement, budgeting, and reporting, as well as building a modern compliance strategy for the organization as a whole.

What Is ISO/IEC 27017?

More than a third of organizations suffered a serious cloud security incident in 2021. According to a survey of 300 cloud professionals covered by BetaNews, 36% of those respondents said that their organizations had suffered a severe cloud security data leak or breach in the past 12 months. Looking forward, eight in 10 survey participants said they were worried that they were vulnerable to a data breach related to a cloud misconfiguration.