The intensifying of cloud compliance requirements has become a major hindrance to financial institutions' growth and innovation.
IBM Security developed a five-phase GDPR framework to help organizations achieve and maintain compliance with the upcoming privacy law.
The deadline to achieve compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is fast approaching, but many companies remain unprepared.
The key to aligning security with business objectives is to make assets secure by design, which gives analysts sufficient visibility to respond to threats.
Penetration testing can help organizations across all industries identify vulnerabilities before cybercriminals have a chance to exploit them.
Attorney-client privilege can be a key asset to an organization's incident response strategy in the event of a security breach.
Recent research revealed that three-quarters of nontechnical business leaders in the U.S. do not believe the upcoming GDPR will affect their organizations.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will take effect on May 25, 2018, and companies that fail to prepare may face steep fines.
U.S. companies that handle data belonging to customers living in the European Union may not realize that they are subject to the GDPR.
When properly aligned with business goals, compliance and security work in concert as part of a holistic, integrated system.