Security | Threat Detection | Cyberattacks | DevSecOps | Compliance

Compliance

Advanced GDPR Compliance Strategies for Cybersecurity

As digital transformation continues to multiply pathways to personal data, complete GDPR compliance is getting harder to attain. Whether you’re a data protection officer or a cybersecurity professional helping your organization remain compliant, this blog suggests advanced GDPR compliance strategies you may not have yet considered - beyond that delightful cookie consent notice we all love.

The Ultimate Guide to SBIR and STTR Program Budgeting

The world advances based on innovation, and innovation can come from anywhere. The trouble is that the current capitalist economic system encourages large corporations to play conservatively with their products and their budgets while working to secure their own positions in their industries. It becomes quite difficult for a new small business to enter the field, especially if they’re trying to enter a field that requires substantial facilities, research, or resources to get established.

Forward Networks Achieves SOC 2 Type II Compliance, Reiterating Commitment to Data Security and Transparency

Forward Networks announced today that it has successfully achieved System and Organization Controls (SOC) 2 Type II Compliance attestation conducted by an independent third party. The completion of the audit demonstrates Forward Networks' long-term commitment to providing its customers transparency, privacy, and data security. Forward Networks achieved SOC 2 Type I Compliance in July of last year.

Proxies Explained: The First Line Of Defense In Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is vital in today’s fast-paced digital world, where keeping your private information safe is as crucial as the technology itself. Proxies are key players in this arena, not just for the tech-savvy but for everyone online. They work quietly behind the scenes, rerouting your internet traffic to keep your activities private, speed up your browsing, and even unlock content that’s out of reach due to geographic restrictions.

Equivalency: The Latest FedRamp Memo From DoD

The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program has been around for nearly 15 years. In that time, it changed and was updated periodically to keep up with the times. While changes are occasionally made to the underlying security frameworks like FedRAMP, CMMC and the NIST documentation that reviews each security control, there is also communication directly from the Department of Defense and other organizations to issue additional guidance.

Cybersecurity Compliance Around the Globe: India's DPDP

In an era where data breaches and privacy concerns are increasingly shaping global discourse, India's proactive stance on data protection is noteworthy. Introducing the Digital Personal Data Protection (DPDP) Act 2023 marks a significant milestone in India's legislative landscape. This groundbreaking Act fortifies individual data privacy rights and aligns India with global cybersecurity and data protection standards, setting a new benchmark for regulatory compliance.

Leveraging Threat Intelligence for Regulatory Compliance

The US Government recently announced that state-sponsored Chinese cyber group Volt Typhoon has compromised multiple critical infrastructure organisations’ IT networks in the US and is preparing “disruptive or destructive cyber attacks” against communications, energy, transport, water and waste water systems.

Material Incident Reporting Obstacles in SEC Cybersecurity Disclosures

‍ Over the past few decades, cyber attackers have increasingly wreaked havoc on the market, taking advantage of newer, more sophisticated ways to exploit system vulnerabilities. However, in fear of losing competitive advantages, organizations had notoriously downplayed the impact of these attacks, misleading investors and resulting in stock prices that did not accurately represent the risk landscape. ‍

A Guide to NIS 2 Requirements and How Cyberint Helps Meet Them

Cyber threats against critical infrastructure – such as energy and transportation networks – remain pervasive as ever, with 2023 witnessing an astounding 420 million such attacks in total. That’s the bad news. The good news is that critical infrastructure is set to become more secure, at least in the European Union, thanks to the NIS 2 Directive (also known as E.U. Directive 2022/2055).