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August 21, 2009  4:10 PM

Clarifying mobile encryption requirements for 201 CMR 17.00 compliance



Posted by: GuyPardon
201 CMR 17.00, business, Chief information officer, CIO, compliance, data protection, encryption, IT compliance, Mobile phone, Open source, Personally identifiable information

When I reported on amendments to the Massachusetts data protection law earlier this week, one of the comments that undersecretary of consumer affairs Barbara Anthony made was a point of interest...

July 8, 2009  3:39 PM

Professor McAfee on Enterprise 2.0 and compliance: Slight risk



Posted by: GuyPardon
#e2conf, Andrew McAfee, Chief information officer, compliance, E20, Enterprise 2.0, Social Enterprise, Social software, Web 2.0

This year, I approached the annual Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston with a specific question: Can an organization in a regulated industry adopt enterprise social software and remain...


June 11, 2009  6:02 PM

Gartner and CA on addressing compliance requirements in cloud computing



Posted by: GuyPardon
Chief information officer, cloud compliance, Cloud computing, Enterprise content management

If you are a CIO, CTO or compliance officer tasked with evaluating a cloud vendor, give Linda Tucci's excellent new SearchCIO.com article a read: "Addressing compliance requirements in cloud computing...

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February 2, 2009  7:41 PM

How will the Massachusetts Data Protection Law affect IT compliance?



Posted by: GuyPardon
business, Chief information officer, data protection, Government, Harvard Medical School, Health care, Massachusetts, Office of Consumer Affairs, PIFI, PII, regulatory compliance

The Massachusetts Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation established a significant new regulations in 2008, 201 CMR 17.00: Standards for...

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