“So if we get in compliance with these requirements, we’re safe, right?”
The answer is no. Not really.
We took some of our clients out for a nice day of shooting! Note: Digital Edge does not condone gun violence and was participating in a shooting range.
How do you advise clients to navigate all these new cybersecurity laws that vary by jurisdiction?
in my personal opinion, potentially unconstitutional.
The IRS has recently issued a regulation in response to the large number of data breaches surrounding taxpayers data. It lays out the basic necessary actions needed to take to protect your data.
It’s 2019, and we are connected to everything, creating massive amounts of data which has been rather enticing to cyber criminals.
California’s IoT Law is a first for the nation, but likely not the last of its kind. The State of California has taken a leadership role toward cybersecurity and protecting its residents’ personal information in particular.
New York has enacted the SHEILD Act to better protect residents of their private information against data breaches. The Act takes effect March 21st, 2020. Luckily, our VP of Compliance covers all the necessary topics in regards to this law. This month, we cover everything you need to know about this law and how to stay in compliance with it!
This edition we answer:
by: Naum Lavnevich
In the beginning of the year, we came out with an article discussing GDPR- one year since passing. It was clear that GDPR wasn't something to be taken lightly as the fines stacked up for many companies. Now we have the visual proof.