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3 Ways GDPR Will Help Privacy Executives

Posted by - January 19, 2018
With the GDPR implementation deadline quickly approaching, many organizations are extremely focused on meeting specific regulatory requirements. However, GDPR is just the starting line. Here Brian Lee and Stephanie Quaranta highlight how compliance and privacy executives can plan past simply conforming with the requirements, and use GDPR as a long-term strategic opportunity…
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Tools of the [Regulation] Trade

Posted by - November 17, 2017
Companies and individuals are increasingly the targets of regulatory investigations in Australia.  Local regulators have long expressed frustration at the disparity between the options available to them when compared to their overseas counterparts. However, recent developments indicate a broadening of the suite of tools available to Australian regulators and the…
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Compliance Automation is Changing the Game

Posted by - October 31, 2017
How the Latest Stress Reducer Can Benefit Your Business Employee laws and requirements are often quick to change under each new administration—and compliance professionals are no strangers to the headaches of having to adapt. But now, there’s a solution that can make compliance a breeze for businesses of all sizes:…
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Gaining Clarity on the Impact of the New PRC Cybersecurity Law

Posted by - October 25, 2017
Multinational companies with operations in China are preparing for the impact of China's new Cyber-security Law, in place now for four months. The Law applies to everyone who operates networks in the PRC, particularly multinational corporations. This could impact their overall IT system set-up and global outsourcing. Also left open…
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4 Questions to Help Prepare for the GDPR

Posted by - October 20, 2017
Information Management vs. Information Governance Do you know the difference between information governance and information management? Kevin Gibson of Hanzo outlines four questions to differentiate between the two concepts. The details below can also help to shape your organization’s policies related to GDPR compliance. “Information management” and “information governance” are…
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Turn GDPR Compliance into Lemonade

Posted by - May 16, 2017
5 Key Investments to Make Now The May 2018 deadline for GDPR compliance is really just around the corner. The EU’s behemoth of a data privacy regulation will affect all organizations doing business in the EU or collecting data on EU citizens. Many businesses remain woefully unprepared. Here we share insights into…
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New IGPMM Essential in Confronting Data Challenges

Posted by - March 3, 2017
The Information Governance Process Maturity Model (IGPMM), developed by the Compliance, Governance and Oversight Council (CGOC) in 2012, has become a standard foundation for starting and revising enterprise information governance programs. The CGOC has now released a new version of the model to help organizations deal with today’s information realities.
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Enhancing Board Oversight of Cyber Risk

Posted by - December 19, 2016
Cybersecurity danger looms regardless of business or industry. Threats come from all directions – foreign hackers, domestic criminals and insiders – and damages caused by cyber breaches are skyrocketing. Consequently, it’s become imperative that the board of directors play a role in identifying and managing the risk.
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SaaS On the Rise in the Boardroom

Posted by - September 12, 2016
As enterprises face increased competition and regulatory challenges, industry titans have taken serious notice of pioneering governance and collaboration SaaS companies. And with recent key acquisitions, the space is heating up. This piece dives into the growth and challenges of an industry that powers corporate decision-making today.
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5 More Common Risk Management Failures

Posted by - May 2, 2016
There are a host of ways enterprise risk management can fall short. Jim DeLoach explores five of the most common failures, along with various indicators that could signal a coming failure. If you see your organization reflected in this article, consider this your wake-up call.