The GDPR (General Data Privacy Regulation) passed in the European Union (EU) in May of 2018 and is one of the most popular topics of discussion amongst businesses who may or may not conduct business on an international level
Exemptions to the 1201 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act will allow people to make software modifications that were previously illicit.
A new bill proposed would be an aggressive attempt to cut down on DC’s carbon emissions.
The California State Legislature has passed the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Here is what businesses need to know to adhere to the new guidelines.
The New York Times is trying to obtain information regarding Russia and a system failure in 2017 following the net neutrality repeal, but the FCC commission is not complying.
While interactive health insurance policies are meant to incentivize customers to enroll, some are worried that companies will use these changes to fat-shame.
The 2017 scandal left 147 million users’ data vulnerable, and Equifax will pay hundreds of thousands as a result.
Articles 11 and 13 stir up controversy amongst citizens of Europe, while seeking to update western copyright laws.
The state of Indiana seeks to change the way law enforcement obtains evidence, and court rulings say you can’t force people to give their passwords.
How have the recent privacy and security violations crowding the daily newsfeeds changed your company’s behavior? Hopefully improving risk management and ISO 27001 compliance.