When it comes to risk management and compliance, you can’t have one without the other. But being protected against risk doesn’t necessarily mean you‘re compliant with necessary regulations. For example, how can your organization protect itself against new threats such as mobile device and social media use? How does increased outsourcing affect you from a compliance standpoint? What risks can be tied in with compliance regulations to attack them concurrently?
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information risk inherent to an effective compliance strategy
For many managers, compliance strategy is simply adhering to laws and regulations. Learn how your business could be "compliant," yet still have glaring issues regarding managing information risk.
regulatory notice provides guidance for using social media
The proliferation of social media in the business world has caused some confusion as to what companies need to do to stay compliant. But a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority notice may help provide guidance for using social media and personal devices in business communications, including record-keeping responsibilities.
now to prevent smartphone security risks at your organization
Smartphone security risks have become a huge compliance challenge for many enterprises. But don't let smartphones make you look dumb: Be proactive and implement security policies to help prevent hacking.
protecting against the OWASP Top 10 helps prevent compliance risk
Most companies remain mired in reactive security processes that keep them at risk because they don't address a root cause of most vulnerabilities: insecure software development. Mapping security processes to protect against the Open Web Application Security Project Top 10 could ease Web application vulnerabilities and help you stay compliant.
IT outsourcing raises compliance, risk management concerns
Global enterprises can sometimes save money and improve resources by outsourcing systems management. But outsourcing could pose compliance risk management problems for some organizations -- especially if their products have national security implications as defined by federal regulations.
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This was first published in September 2011