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Posts Tagged ‘GDPR’

Are You Compliant with New Data Privacy Regulations?

If you have customers or employees residing in areas such as California or the European Union, you are on the hook to comply with some of the toughest new data privacy regulations introduced in recent years. Individual privacy and access to information has always been a highly regulated area of business, particularly for health care…Read More

How to Simply Enable Right to Erasure (ie. Right to Be Forgotten) Requests

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If you’ve been paying even casual attention to the news, you know that companies like Facebook, Google, and (the now defunct) Cambridge Analytica have come under fire for how they handle people’s information. Yet underneath the media firestorm, these same companies have continued to be extraordinarily profitable (well, except for Cambridge Analytica). Those profits enable…

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Protecting Your Data for Compliance and Ransomware

Compliance & Regulation

GDPR and other PII regulations have dramatically changed how companies handle and are held accountable for the data they collect. Consumers have been empowered to ask companies about the PII information they collect on them, and then have it erased. The Right of Access and Right to Erasure regulations means companies need to know more…

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Compliance Is a Word You Are Going to Keep Hearing

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If you are not familiar with the new compliance regulations, it’s time to take note. Europe (GDPR), Japan (APII), Singapore (PDPA), and recently California (CCPA) have announced sweeping regulations governing personally-identifiable information (PII). The acronyms for these compliance regulations are almost as bad as the fines attached to them. Europe’s GDPR has fines starting at…

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Making Sense and Dollars of the CCPA and GDPR

If you’re a solution provider, system integrator, reseller, MSP, xSP, et cetera, you already bear great responsibility for helping your customers comply with data protection and security mandates. In fact, you are probably their trusted go-to advisor. Unless your head has been in the sand for the last year, you’re already aware of the GDPR…

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How to Solve the Problem of Ransomware in a GDPR World

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Lately we have been engaging in a very concerted educational effort in two very important areas: ransomware and GDPR. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), of course, covers protection and privacy of personal data of EU citizens. Ransomware, of course, is a nightmare. (Remember early in this season of “Homeland” when Carrie mistakenly downloads ransomware,…

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Are You (Un)Prepared for the GDPR?

Today we released the results of our latest survey finding out how prepared companies are for the GDPR – it turns out, they aren’t! The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR for short) is legislation that covers the processing, storage, and use of private EU citizens’ data. The catch is, no matter where your company…

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Tick-Tock, the GDPR Is Coming

You’ve already been warned: the European Union’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is coming into effect May 25. In this blog, our CEO Steven Lamb, will answer a few questions from ioFABRIC customers about what’s happening, why, and what you need to do. Q: I work for a North American company, why would this apply…

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