GDPR

The California Consumer Privacy Act: A Mini GDPR?

By Jodi Daniels

The California Consumer Protection Act of 2018 is an important law effective January 1, 2020. It will affect businesses collecting data on California residents. This chronicle by Jodi Daniels covers the key highlights of the new law plus action steps that businesses can take today to get started.

GDPR Judgment Day is over and the WWW seems to be doing just fine. Or, is it?

By Marco Ciappelli | Co-Host Sean Martin
A conversation with Jodi Daniels

After so many conversations, articles, talks, learning courses, white papers, webinars, and a grand finale of emails in our inbox, GDPR Judgment Day is over and, curiously, nothing seems to have changed and the world wide web seems to be doing just fine.

But is it? Or are we wondering what that meant for all of us?

Navigating GDPR At RSA Conference 2018

The General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect on May 25, 2018, and despite all the publicity, many organizations are just becoming aware of this European Union regulation. EU compliance is starkly different from what data privacy looks like in the U.S., and this list of RSA 2018 sessions on navigating GDPR is an excellent place to start.

Black Hat’s Newest Research: The Cyber Threat In Europe

By Steve Wylie, General Manager, Black Hat

Black Hat Europe’s first-ever research report entitled, The Cyber Threat In Europe, details major concerns among the InfoSec community including critical infrastructure security, nation state attacks, enterprise security risks, and the implications of the NIS Directive and GDPR requirements.

Privacy, Big Data, And The Right To Be Forgotten

By Ashwin Krishnan | Guest Host: The Cyber Society

Don't I need to be remembered before I can be forgotten? Listen to Dennis Zimmer, from Opvizor, and Aswhwin Krishnan, guest host for ITSPmagazine's The Moral Compass, as they dig into this discussion in full force. Enjoy!

GDPR Compliance by May 2018? What Are You Worried About?

By Sean Martin, host of At The Edge

May 25, 2018 might seem like a fair distance out, and that a lot can happen between now and then. One of those things, however, could take quite a bit of planning, implementation, and proof that it's done. Ahh yes, GDPR compliance... what are you worried about?