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Compliance news quiz: Test your knowledge of FTC, SB 20, PCI and more

Compliance is in the news these days on many fronts, from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regulating online advertising, to state governments legislating data breach laws, to carbon footprint management software coming from SAP AG.

Take this compliance news quiz to see how up to date you are on what's going on, and learn more about what's happening in compliance by clicking on the links in the questions. But try to answer the questions first.

1. On Oct. 5, the FTC issued new Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. Penalties for violations can reach up to: Required Question
2. California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger recently vetoed an update to the state's data breach notification act. What was the name of the bill? Required Question
3. Which group recently released new criteria for Web application security scanner evaluations? Required Question
4. What is the name of the bill introduced by Arizona Sen. John McCain that would prohibit the Federal Communications Commission from enacting Internet regulation rules? Required Question
5. What is the name of the project being used by the United States military to protect against the effects of an electromagnetic pulse produced by a nuclear explosion? Required Question
6. What is the number of security requirements found in the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)? Required Question
7. What is the main environmental issue that many technology companies, such as SAP and Hara Software Inc., are targeting with their new products? Required Question
8. What percentage of respondents to a recent Ponemon Institute survey said their organization had measures in place to evaluate their privacy program's performance? Required Question
9. What is the name of the law that includes the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH Act)? Required Question
10. What is the name of the new program that U.S. CIO Vivek Kundra announced to allow individuals to authenticate themselves on government websites using an open trust framework (OTF)? Required Question

This was first published in November 2009

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