The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be upon us on May 25th 2018, and contrary to enduring public opinion, Brexit won’t make any difference. The GDPR comes in response to global shuffling of privacy laws to meet the growing demands of cloud, data security and other technological needs. The US Safe Harbor framework has been replaced with Privacy Shield, and on top of this is the e-Privacy Regulation, which takes specific interest in electronic communications, cookies for tracking user behaviour online, and other issues around personal data and consent.
Unternehmen halten schon seit über zwei Jahrzehnten Datenschutzrichtlinien und -verordnungen ein. Die Datenschutz-Grundverordnung (DSGVO), eine Neufassung vorhandener Datenschutzgesetze der Europäischen Kommission, dient dazu, diese Gesetze im Interesse der EU-Bürger zu verschärfen und zu vereinheitlichen. Die Hauptziele der DSGVO bestehen darin, Bürgern mehr Kontrolle über ihre personenbezogenen Daten zu ermöglichen und das regulatorische Umfeld für internationale Unternehmen zu vereinfachen. Was müssen Unternehmen, die bereits die Richtlinie 95/46/EG einhalten, in Bezug auf ihre Technologien unternehmen, um die DSGVO einzuhalten?
Dieses White Paper enthält die Ergebnisse einer von CA Technologies in Auftrag gegebenen Studie zur Analyse der Vorbereitungen in Unternehmen im Zusammenhang mit der Erfüllung der Compliance-Anforderungen für die DSGVO. Im Hinblick darauf, dass die DSGVO weitreichende Auswirkungen auf dieDaten hat, die in Umgebungen außerhalb der Produktion verwendet werden, ging es CATechnologies in ersterLinie darum zu verstehen, wie Unternehmen für die DSGVO planen und welcheProzesse und Technologien sie zur Unterstützung benötigen.
"The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is one example of the evolving regulatory landscape in the digital age. Since the European Union (EU) adopted the regulation in 2016, DocuSign has been investing to be compliant across its entire business, building upon our foundation and history of commitment to privacy.
The conception of the GDPR undoubtedly introduced a number of compliance challenges for businesses to address around data privacy and protection. It also presented an opportunity for businesses to build trust with their stakeholders by reconnecting with the people they serve.
This eBook details DocuSign’s approach to meeting GDPR’s obligations that went into effect on 25th May 2018, for companies conducting business in the EU, and the features and benefits that can be gained from using the DocuSign solution to fulfil certain areas of the GDPR."
FINANCIAL SERVICES’ HISTORY OF DISRUPTION
Financial Services is an industry driven by disruption. Transformative business models such as low-cost brokerages, innovative investment products like ETFs, and the huge regulatory mandates like Gramm-Leach-Bliley are but a few examples. Here are some others:
• New fintech firms such as a recent nine billion dollar investment in Ant Financial Services Group and myriad other venture capital-led fintech startups targeting well established segments across the financial services industry
• Robo-advisor services powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning intermediating financial advisors and portfolio managers alike
• Ever changing regulatory and risk management mandates, such as GDPR, Basel III, and Open Banking, transforming customer engagement and capital allocation
Read this whitepaper to learn how you can overcome these and other disruptions.
With GDPR looming large on the horizon in May 2018 and beyond, there are a number of myths and misunderstandings circulating around the upcoming changes to compliance and data protection.
In this expert e-guide, we explore how to maintain compliance for your critical content in the cloud. Uncover vendor-agnostic compliance tips from Box compliance president Crispen Maung for your content management system, and delve into topics, like:
• GDPR strategies for cloud ECM
• Cultural changes for upcoming compliance regulations
• Projected fines associated with GDPR
• And more
Published By: Darktrace
Published Date: Jun 21, 2019
Cyber-attacks targeting technology and telecommunications firms represent the most significant threat to their sensitive customer data and invaluable intellectual property. When successful, such attacks cost these firms dearly, not only in terms of immediate loss of revenue but also in the form of subsequent reputational damage.
Technology firms that provide digital services or house vast quantities of user information are particularly at risk, as demonstrated in the Uber breach that exposed the personal information of more than 25 million users. Regulations around personal data, such as GDPR, increasingly require technology firms to adopt a robust cyber defense strategy that can detect cyber-threats at an early stage.
Cyber-attacks aimed at technology firms with lucrative IP have also become a fact of life in the Information Age. Often perpetrated by nation-state actors with advanced capabilities, these attacks are now remarkably subtle and stealthy, with some of the latest examples b