IT Compliance Advisor

Apr 7 2009   3:09PM GMT

Vetting users exposes new compliance risks



Posted by: Scot Petersen
Tags:
compliance
enterprise risk management
podcast
privacy
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risk management
Security

Most visitors to websites arrive and leave relatively anonymously. But as e-commerce evolves, businesses are using the Web to invite in specific users, in order to offer special services to them or participate in a study such as a clinical trial.

Steve Ross, a director in the Security & Privacy practice of Deloitte & Touche LLP, has some thoughts in this IT Compliance Advisor podcast about the privacy and compliance risks associated with bringing in these “vetted” users.

Ross, a former international president of ISACA and IS Security Matters columnist for the ISACA Journal, explains to SearchCompliance.com Executive Editor Scot Petersen what constitutes a vetted user, what are the compliance risks that come with a vetted user, and what are some best practices for ensuring privacy of the vetted user.

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