The NIST CSF Framework – What Does It Mean For Healthcare?

Reading Time: 3 minutes NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, is a non-regulatory federal agency of the U.S. Commerce Department. Established in 1901, NIST was designed to promote innovation and competitiveness by advancing standards. And in February 2013, the United States… Read More

The California Consumer Privacy Act: Everything We Know With Six Months To Go

Reading Time: 8 minutes The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is fundamentally changing the way in which businesses deal with the personal information of California residents. At the time of this article, the CCPA will go into effect in only about six months,… Read More

Why New Privacy Regulations Are A Business Enabler, Not An Enemy

Reading Time: 3 minutes As Shep Hyken recently noted, personalization continues to become more personal in the customer service field. Personal information (PI) is the future of business, as it provides clients with a customized experience and helps businesses eventually sell more. However, it… Read More

GDPR One Year On… What Have We Learnt?

Reading Time: 2 minutes It’s now one year on since the GDPR came in to effect – a regulation with an aim to standardise data protection laws across the EU, increase the privacy and protection of personal data and extend the rights of… Read More

More Cybersecurity Regulation Oversight Possible Under New NYDFS Division

Reading Time: 2 minutes The creation of a new NYDFS division to review and respond to cybersecurity events and enforce policy around financial crimes could lead to increased oversight under the department’s watershed Cybersecurity Rule (23 NYCRR 500). A new division within New… Read More