Compliance regulations: Understanding the dirty dozen

Info-Tech Research Group, special to SearchCIO-Midmarket.com

Executive Summary

Compliance has become a significant operational concern for enterprises of all sizes. Many vendors and consultants speak about compliance in broad strokes and lump all legislation into one issue. But different enterprises must comply with very different sets of regulations. Use this guide from Info-Tech Research Group to identify which of the "dirty dozen" compliance regulations apply to your organization.

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