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December 1, 2016  11:17 AM

Trump presidency raises questions for regulatory compliance

Christian Stafford Christian Stafford Profile: Christian Stafford
Compliance, cybersecurity, Data privacy, Drones, Hack, Hackers, privacy, Ransomware, regulatory compliance

The future of regulatory compliance is under scrutiny as President-elect Donald Trump's administration continues the transition process. Also in recent GRC news: Hackers demanded ransom after disabling San Francisco's transportation system, 'dronejacking' could become the next security issue and...

September 8, 2016  2:34 PM

Apple tax troubles: EU says Apple owes Ireland $14.5B in unpaid taxes

Christian Stafford Christian Stafford Profile: Christian Stafford
"Apple Inc.", 2016 elections, Apple, cybersecurity, Data breach, Data privacy, Dropbox, Hack

The E.U. has ordered Ireland to collect more than $14B in taxes from Apple that, according to the E.U., have gone unpaid for years. Also in recent GRC news, state voter registration system breaches continue to highlight vulnerabilities in the U.S. election process and Dropbox finally confirmed more...


July 15, 2016  11:48 AM

Gartner: Cybersecurity control a concern for digital businesses

Mekhala Roy Mekhala Roy Profile: Mekhala Roy
cybersecurity

Digitization requires big changes to companies' strategic processes, and security is no different: In a recent report, Gartner predicts that 60% of digital businesses will experience...


March 24, 2016  10:41 AM

Cybersecurity questions get the boardroom’s attention

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
board, CISO, Compliance, Cyberattacks, cybersecurity, Data breach, Data breach disclosure, Information security, Microsoft, RSA Conference

"Security has transcended from an IT issue to a boardroom issue." This was how Microsoft corporate vice president and CISO Bret Arsenault opened his panel discussion at last month's


December 22, 2015  4:56 PM

GDPR: How will the EU data protection law impact U.S. industry?

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
Compliance, cybersecurity, Cybersecurity legislation, Data privacy, Data protection, EU directive 95/46, European Data Protection legislation, Safe Harbor

Three years in the making, European Union officials finally agreed on a draft of the General Data Protection Regulation. The EU-wide legal framework sets standards for data...


November 25, 2015  9:09 AM

Privacy vs. public safety remains central to encryption debate

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
cybersecurity, Cybersecurity legislation, Data-security, Encryption, Encryption keys, FBI, NSA, Security

In the wake of the horrific attacks in Paris earlier this month, government and intelligence officials pointed a finger at end-to-end encryption (E2EE) and how it enabled attackers to "


September 2, 2015  5:52 PM

Apple CEO Tim Cook’s email may have violated SEC disclosure rules

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
Apple, Apple iOS, Compliance, cybersecurity, Cybersecurity legislation, Data security breaches, FTC, grc, Information security, malware, Mobile security, Palo Alto Networks, SEC

Lawyers say Apple CEO Tim Cook may have flouted the Securities and Exchange Commission's fair-disclosure regulation when he sent a CNBC correspondent an email containing company performance information. In other GRC news from the past few weeks: Charles Schwab is fined $2 million for capital...


July 9, 2015  9:25 PM

SEC commissioner calls for expanded Reg SCI; PCI SCC updates P2P standard

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
Compliance, cybersecurity, Data Encryption, Dodd-Frank, Financial regulations, grc, PCI, PCI DSS, regulatory compliance, SEC

SEC commissioner Luis Aguilar strongly urged his colleagues at a cybersecurity conference last month to push Reg SCI up on their priority lists, particularly in terms of widening the...


June 11, 2015  4:51 PM

U.S. government breach could have accessed private citizens’ data

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
Apple, Apple iOS, cybersecurity, Data breach, Data privacy, Hack, Safe Harbor

U.S. officials say the recent hack of government computer systems affects 4 million current and former federal employees, but the breach could have impacted private citizens, too. Also in the news: Apple hyped new privacy protections as it updates Siri, while U.S. and EU officials moved closer...


April 22, 2015  4:30 PM

Lawmakers race to pass cybersecurity bill; NSA wants front door into encrypted devices

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
cybersecurity, Cybersecurity legislation, Data Encryption, Hackers, Health IT, Mobile encryption, NSA, NSA Data Collection

Much to the chagrin of privacy advocates, U.S. legislators have been pushing to pass a bill to improve cyberthreat intelligence sharing before discussing National Security Agency (NSA) surveillance reforms. In other recent news: Privacy proponents are also up in arms about an NSA proposal that...


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