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The Impact of the California Consumer Privacy Act on Privileged Access Management

Consumers are demanding greater control and security over the collection and processing of their personal data. A bevy of privacy laws are rolling out across the world and multiple U.S. states, driving changes in data governance and security practices. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) has the broadest impact of any U.S. state or federal privacy law, as it directly impacts 40 million … [Read more...]

EU GDPR two years in: What’s happened so far, and what’s in store for the future?

On May 25th, 2020 EU GDPR was 2 years old and it passed with little noise.  I guess that everyone’s been distracted by other events such as the COVID-19 Pandemic which has put the world on pause for the time being, and that includes EU GDPR. EU GDPR has raised the bar for digital rights, sovereignty, privacy, and security around how EU Citizens’ data is collected and processed.  Personal … [Read more...]

Secret Server Product Update: Increase Productivity with Secret Server 10.8

Doing more isn’t always doing better. No one knows this more than IT operations and security teams. Some days you’re slogging through tedious, repetitive work and jumping through hoops, all while fighting the ‘noise’ of alerts.  What’s more, fatigue, lag time between notification, human error and lack of oversight create potential vulnerabilities. New enhancements provide organizations with … [Read more...]

Lessons we’ve learned: the EU NIS directive and securing critical infrastructure

What is NIS? The Networks & Information Systems (NIS) Directive was created by the European Union (EU) with the specific aim of raising levels of overall cyber security and network resilience for critical infrastructure. NIS improves overall EU cyber security by driving organizations to adopt enhanced security for critical infrastructure. The NIS Directive & Critical Infrastructure … [Read more...]

SWIFT Controls, Cyber Crime and Privileged Access Management: Securing Banking and Finance

The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) provides financial messaging services to banks, financial institutions and corporations all over the world. The technology is used to exchange sensitive information about financial transactions by more than 11,000 customers in over 200 countries. Financial institutions: a major target for cyber criminals; a critical subject … [Read more...]