Preparing for GDPR
As companies prepare for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), security and compliance teams must continuously monitor their security posture in-house and throughout their supply chains. This demands comprehensive visibility of user activity across the enterprise and with business partners and vendors in order to identify and respond to any potential vulnerabilities that must be addressed. In this white paper, you’ll discover how to accelerate your GDPR compliance by using real-time data to identify and respond to vulnerabilities.
The Complete Guide to Building your Vendor Risk Management Program
According to a Deloitte study, more than 20% of companies have experienced a security breach of sensitive customer data from third-party actions. Whether it’s been placed on your radar by a regulator, your board or through other sources, odds are you have vendor risk management somewhere on your list of things to improve this year. This e-book from SecurityScorecard will show you how to improve your organization’s vendor risk management program in three steps and how to bring it to a mature state.
SecurityScorecard Big 500 Index - A Cybersecurity Analysis of 500 Major Publicly-Traded U.S. Companies
A Cybersecurity Analysis of 500 Major Publicly-Traded U.S. Companies”: With cybercrime-related costs expected to hit $6 trillion annually by 2021, many executives fear that a single cyber-attack can cause a sudden stop to the growth and profitability of the company – and large companies like those within the S&P 500 are no exception. In this report, SecurityScorecard evaluated the cybersecurity practices of 500 large companies representative of the S&P 500, including their performance against specific risk factors.
The General Data Protection Regulation - Should It Matter To Me and How Can Technology Help?
GDPR is a European Union regulation which affects global companies that collect data on EU citizens. With enforcement beginning May 25, 2018 and potential fines projected to reach millions of dollars for affected companies, ASG Technologies and the Financial Information Management Association (FIMA) offer a four-stage approach for complying with GDPR.
Workday: The CIO of the Future: Combining Technology and Business Expertise
Digital transformation offers an extraordinary opportunity for CIOs to step forward and take a leadership role in helping their organizations leverage technology to disrupt the competition, break into new markets, and stay relevant for the long term. Thanks to their unique view across the enterprise, CIOs are also keenly positioned to see the interdependencies that exist between organizational functions (e.g. finance, HR) and business units. This distinct perspective allows CIOs to identify opportunities for streamlining systems and processes, for bridging organizational silos, and to apply transformative business improvements.