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The benefits of outsourced Data Protection Officer as a Service

As the world becomes increasingly digital and cloud based, the importance of data protection and privacy has become paramount for all organizations. One key aspect of ensuring compliance with data protection laws and regulations is the appointment of a Data Protection Officer (DPO). However, appointing a DPO internally can present several challenges, including conflicts of interest and a lack of specialized skills. That is where Data Protection Officer as a Service (DPOaaS) comes in.

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Why Healthcare Data is a Primary Target for Cybersecurity Threats?

Over the past several decades, cybercrime has evolved to be more comprehensive, threatening, and damaging. There is an emerging trend of cybercriminals attacking all sorts of individuals and organizations in the industry. The healthcare industry has been a soft target for many years and healthcare data is a prime target for cybercriminals intent on stealing data.

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App Security & Compliance for SaaS Companies in Saudi Arabian Market

In this episode of SaaSTrana, host Venkatesh Sundar is joined by Sangmesh Hiremath (Founder of Marmin.AI) to discuss how application security and compliance are crucial for SaaS companies to grow in Saudi Arabia, the Middle East, and the European markets.

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Security Questionnaires Explained: How to Respond to the Most Common Questions

Security questionnaires are a set of questions used to assess the security posture of an organization, usually to determine if one company can trust another and work together. These questions are designed to identify and evaluate potential vulnerabilities, as well as to ensure compliance with industry standards and regulations.

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Where is Your Risk? Software License Compliance and Other Non-Vulnerability Risk

In this final post of a series on software-related risks, we take a look software license compliance and other non-vulnerability risk. Not all software risk has to do with vulnerabilities and the security threats that can come from them. Organizations need to be aware of their licensing requirements and status on various software dependencies, including open source software, because they could be out of compliance if the software license has expired.

Guide to Comply with DFS 23 NYCRR 500 from a Technology Standpoint

The New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) has been growing more concerned with cybersecurity as the rate of malicious attacks increased. The financial services industry is one of the biggest targets of these attacks and is the main driver for this new regulation. New York is the first state to mandate minimum cyber security standards. Ensure you are ready to interpret, implement, and plan for the new cyber security standards.
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Preventing cybercrime in the UAE With NESA Compliance

Organizations in the UAE have been able to deliver innovative services and stimulate economic development through the increasing adoption of Information Technology (IT), electronic communications, and cyberspace, which is a global network of interconnected telecommunications networks, information technology infrastructures, and computer processing systems. As these technologies develop, the UAE's dependence on them will increase.