The everyday consumer assumes that when they make a purchase, either online or in the checkout line, their card data is handed off to a trusted source, with security in place to protect them.
Target’s consumer data breach was massive in scope and impact – 70 million consumers had their payment information hacked/stolen, along with other personal information.
Technology developments in many business areas will have strong impacts on important aspects of risk and compliance management in 2014.
The painful reality is that data breaches are daily occurrences. If a company is lucky enough not to have had a data breach to date, it is likely that luck will not last.
Even though organizations are addressing many of the challenges associated with supporting the BYOD trend, when it comes to mobile printing, many still have their work cut out for them. Particularly in the health care …
Data is exploding. The variety of data being created by workers inside and outside of the workplace, and the velocity at which that data is being shared makes corporate compliance officers sleep with one eye open…
Data has become an essential tool and valuable asset at most companies. U.S. and international laws – and industry self-regulation – on consumer and employee data privacy and security have made it essential …
We’re often told today that “information is the lifeblood of an organization — but what if all that information creates more risk than the benefits it delivers?
Has a third-party vendor ever caused a data breach at your organization? …You have plenty of company.
What can you do to minimize risk? For companies that are regularly involved in litigation, in-house counsel and compliance personnel can reduce uncertainty by understanding their information systems and staying on top of technological changes.