Posts Tagged ‘privacy’

Nine Compliance Issues for 2019

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Welcome to 2019, everyone! The federal government may be shut down, but corporate compliance never stops. Now that we’re done returning Christmas presents and deleting emails clogging our in-boxes, our thoughts turn to how the corporate compliance landscape might evolve in the coming year. Without further delay, then, my annual list of compliance issues that…

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Talking About Information Risk

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Compliance officers can’t ponder the threat of information risk enough these days—so to fill that need, I’ll be hosting a three-part webinar series starting next week to explore the subject. Set your calendars! Information risk intrigues me so much because it’s so hard to define, and therefore so slippery to address. Sure, once upon a…

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10 Quick Tips on Cybersecurity, Privacy

IoT

The Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics annual conference always provides a torrent of useful ideas and advice. I spent the first day attending several sessions on cybersecurity risks and privacy compliance. Without further delay, here is a collection of random observations I jotted down, in no particular order… Remember that one weak spot in…

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The ‘This Seems Weird’ Control for Data Privacy

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Not long ago I heard the story of a CEO who was the victim of attempted “spear phishing”—where some outside hacker impersonates the boss, and via email asks employees at the company to reply back with valuable information. In this specific case, the hacker posed as the CEO and contacted a junior member of the…

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