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July 28, 2016  1:24 PM

Privacy Shield gets regulators’ stamp of approval

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
Data access, Data privacy, Data transfer, GDPR, GRC strategy, HIPAA Compliance, PHI, Privacy Shield, regulatory compliance, SEC

The Privacy Shield data transfer pact finally received the green light from U.S. and EU privacy regulators, and businesses can begin registering to comply with the...

June 17, 2016  12:34 PM

Medical records theft from NFL team’s trainer could violate HIPAA

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
Data breach, Dodd-Frank, EMR, grc, HIPAA, risk, SEC

Late last month, the NFL Players Association informed its member teams that a Washington Redskins trainer's laptop containing players' medical records was stolen and that it would collaborate with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to determine possible patient privacy violations....


May 5, 2016  9:12 AM

PCI DSS 3.2 multifactor requirement among the version’s biggest changes

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
Blockchain, Compliance, Data security standards, GDPR, grc, IBM, multifactor authentication, PCI compliance, PCI DSS, regulatory compliance, SEC

Details surrounding the updated Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard show that version 3.2 includes new multifactor authentication and encryption requirements. Also in recent GRC news: SEC enforcement actions -- or the lack of them -- are raising concerns about the agency's ability to...


April 15, 2016  10:15 AM

FCC’s consumer privacy proposal: Harmful to innovation?

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
Compliance, Consumer data, Data privacy, FCC, FTC, Net Neutrality, SEC

The FCC's newly proposed privacy protection rules requires broadband and wireless providers to obtain consumer consent before collecting and sharing their data, but some are concerned this approach is detrimental to innovation. Also in recent GRC news: The U.S. Department of Justice announced a...


February 5, 2016  12:20 PM

Barclays, Credit Suisse to pay $154M for ‘dark pool’ trading violations

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
Compliance, Data governance, Data privacy, Data protection, EMV, PCI compliance, Safe Harbor, SEC

The U.S. Securities and Exchange commission announced last week that global banks Barclays and Credit Suisse would pay a record total of more than $154 million to settle allegations over "dark pool" trading. In other recent GRC news, retailers continue to face EMV chip hurdles months after new...


December 9, 2015  5:15 PM

New York proposes banking rules to block terrorism funding

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
Compliance, Dodd-Frank, grc, HIPAA, SEC

The governor of New York has introduced new state banking rules designed to curb money laundering and block terrorism funding. Also in recent GRC news: Most healthcare organizations lack HIPAA-compliant messaging apps; the Fed adopts stricter bailout measures; and a former SEC commissioner says the...


October 29, 2015  12:27 PM

Goldman Sachs faces $50 million fine to settle document leak case

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
Compliance, Finance, Financial regulations, grc, regulatory compliance, SEC, SOX

This week, Goldman Sachs agreed to pay a $50 million fine to settle a case in which a former employee leaked confidential information from the New York Fed. Also in the news: Bristol-Myers Squibb and other pharma companies face foreign bribery probes; a study found that earnings misstatements are...


September 30, 2015  5:37 PM

Fitbit achieves HIPAA compliance, targets more corporate customers

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
CFO, grc, HIPAA, HIPAA Compliance, regulatory compliance, SEC, Wearable devices

Wearable fitness tracker company Fitbit recently announced that its devices are now HIPAA-compliant, broadening the types of businesses it aims to work with. Also in recent GRC news: CFOs report widespread earnings misrepresentation; SEC proposed changes to its administrative...


September 16, 2015  5:21 PM

Court rules that Dodd-Frank protects internal whistleblowers

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
boards, Dodd-Frank, grc, GRC management, SEC, Senior management, Stock market

The Second U.S. Circuit Court last week decided that whistleblowers who report internally before going to the SEC are covered by Dodd-Frank's anti-retaliation rules. In other recent GRC headlines: New rules that address algorithmic trading risks are imminent, and a survey found that boards of...


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...


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