- September 07, 2010
The term Big Data has been flying around the enterprise for the last two years or so, simultaneously creating a lot of excitement but driving many concerns, especially in the realm of compliance. ...
- September 07, 2010
New products are designed to enforce data security surrounding cloud computing infrastructures, and to assist law firms with risk management. Find out how they can help.
- August 30, 2010
Some of the latest compliance products and risk management solutions can help your company stay in step with governance, risk and compliance regulations. Find out how.
- August 16, 2010
Here are some of the latest compliance products and risk management solutions that can help your company stay in step with the governance, risk and compliance regulations.
- August 06, 2010
No one should be all surprised that a lot of the legislation involving the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), PCI and HIPAA is creating a completely new subset of compliance professional. Validating these ...
Sponsored by DellEMC - Security is the utmost priority for IT decision-makers in state and local government and education. Government agencies, schools and citizens are frequent, highly visible targets for cybercriminals, and their systems contain personal data that is extremely valuable on the Dark Web, such as Social Security numbers. See More
Sponsored by DellEMC - Artificial intelligence has the potential to transform how public sector and educational institutions operate, innovate and serve the needs of their constituents. When used strategically, AI can enable greater efficiencies, eliminate silos, strengthen cybersecurity and help organizations unlock the value of their data. See More
Sponsored by DellEMC - Every organization in every industry is creating massive volumes of data. The goal of many IT modernization efforts is to ensure that the organization can harness the value of that data to understand powerful insights, increase efficiencies and drive innovations. See More
Sponsored by DellEMC - When it comes to updating aging technology and embracing a new digital world, educational institutions are faced with the same pressures as commercial businesses. Today’s users—especially younger generations—demand digital experiences that are simple, fast and mobile. See More
- July 30, 2010
When it comes to compliance, regulations often dictate that an organization must demonstrate “best efforts” for archiving data. The term best efforts is vague, at best, and can mean different ...
- July 23, 2010
IT Compliance Advisor welcomes our new blogger, Frank Ohlhorst: Meeting the needs of compliance regulations effectively means that IT staffers must be able to monitor and report on any activity ...
- July 14, 2010
IT Compliance Advisor welcomes our newest blogger, Paul F. Roberts: I recently had the pleasure of speaking to a group of security professionals in New York about Massachusetts’ ...
- June 29, 2010
A broad challenge to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act opened up an avenue to overturning the 2002 antifraud law. But the Supreme Court ruled narrowly, leaving SOX to live another day.
- June 14, 2010
With demand growing for more effective monitoring of security-related information, the federal government is calling for tougher IT security testing.
- June 07, 2010
Iron Mountain CIO William Brown is leaving his CIO job to take on the compliance process. His aim: To make compliance more efficient for the company and its customers.
- May 24, 2010
Final Four bracket pools are not just for basketball fans anymore. In an unusual risk management analysis methodology, payroll and human resource services provider Paychex breaks down its risk ...
- May 17, 2010
The era of businesses playing fast and loose with people’s personally identifiable information (PII) has passed -- and not because of standards like PCI DSS or compliance mandates. The public at ...
- May 17, 2010
The Williams Cos. Inc. had more than 900 IT controls related to SOX compliance, many redundant. With patience and "highly configurable" GRC software, the chaos is under control.
- May 08, 2010
I am not the only one who wondered if the stock market "jitterations" Thursday were caused by an act of computer terrorism. Like a lot of people apparently, I pondered whether the theoretical ...