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Late last month, the state of California (US) legislature approved groundbreaking consumer privacy legislation that mirrors the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union in several ways. AB 375, officially known as the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, allows consumers to see what information is being collected about them and the groups to which the information is being sold. Read More >>
Insider threats are quickly becoming the greatest cybersecurity threat organizations face, especially considering the millions of records stolen each day. Unfortunately, the contractors, vendors, privileged users and business users we often trust also often create the most risk. Read More >>
Business email compromise (BEC) scams cost organizations billions of US dollars and affected and targeted organizations usually only have a defensive position implemented, which does little to deter future attackers. While it is illegal in the United States to hack back at BEC actors, organizations can do more to remain secure by implementing an active defense plan. Read More >>
Data are an important commodity and key considerations in enterprise risk management and monitoring. Changes that happen over time can affect data risk and should be evaluated and monitored continuously to ensure the risk level is within the enterprise’s risk management plan guidelines. Read More >>
More than 140,000 individuals have earned ISACA’s Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) certification since its inception in 1978. ISACA marked the 40th anniversary of CISA this year. See the news release and infographic highlighting CISA’s impact on the audit, control and security community, and its sustained relevance among hiring managers and industry recruiters in our increasingly technology-dependent world. Read More >>