MAKE EVERY DAY

DATA PRIVACY DAY

Ensuring and maintaining data privacy is more important than ever before. With the implementation of GDPR, the enactment of privacy laws in various countries and states as well as controversy over how social media companies are using personal information, every day should be Data Privacy Day.
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Keeping Up With Data Privacy Laws

There was a global profusion of new data privacy laws in 2018. Here's a roundup of the major changes.
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Physical Meets Digital: Mastering Data Privacy and Information Governance in a Post-GDPR World

This webinar will demystify the GDPR and offer an understanding of your responsibilities under the new law as well as best practices to help stay compliant in a post-GDPR world.
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The Privacy Rules Changed in 2018 - What Does That Mean Going Forward?

The issue of how organizations should exercise responsible care of personal information was one of the biggest stories of 2018.

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Isolated Recovery: Modern Data Protection Against the New Breed of Cyber Threat

In industries like financial services and healthcare there is added pressure to protect regulated data, such as personally identifiable information (PII), from being accessed by unauthorized parties.
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Data Wiping: On ITAD and Secure Sanitization of Your Virtual and Physical IT Assets

The disposal of today's virtual records can be tricky. Make sure you're doing it right and remaining compiant.
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Information Privacy: Is it as Important to Your Vendors as it is to You?

When choosing an information and records management vendor, data privacy is top of mind.
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Is Your Cybersecurity Strategy in Good Shape?

The who, what, why and how of cyber threats.
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The Role of ITAD in Ensuring Regulatory Compliance and Cybersecurity

In recent years the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has strengthened its focus on the cybersecurity measures regulated entities are taking due to the increasing threat of data breaches.
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Why Your Existing Data Protection Strategy Won't Protect You From Cyberthreats

The cyberthreat landscape has changed over the last few years and cybercrime is now big business.
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Creating a Culture of Compliance: Privacy and Security

Ensure your organization is staying up-to-date with privacy and security laws.

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New Brazil Data Protection Law: What it Means for Global Organizations

On August 14, 2018, the president of the country approved the Brazil General Data Protection Law, which governs the circumstances in which so-called personal data can be processed.
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CaCPA: How to Hit a Moving Target

Stay up-to-date on how CaCPA will affect your business.
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The Delicate Art of Destruction: Why You Need a Master of the Craft

Secure shredding and IT asset disposition is an art. Here's why you need a master.
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Manage Your Privacy Journey: GDPR, CCPA and Beyond

It's time for organizations to step back and reevaluate where they are on their privacy compliance journey and map their course for the future.
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Physical Meets Digital: Protecting Against Cybersecurity Threats and Data Breaches

This webinar explores how a combination of offsite and offline tape and paper backups, data restoration and data destruction can be an effective strategy in ensuring the security of your business’ critical information.
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Is it Time for a Federal U.S. Data Protection Law?

With GDPR, and countries like Brazil and states like California and New York passing their own data protection laws, is the next step for the United States to pass a federal data protection law of its own?
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China's Data Protection Laws Go Further Than GDPR

China’s data protection laws have been presented as a response to the data security threats facing the nation.
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Does the Colorado Data Privacy Law Affect You?

Although the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 does not take effect until 2020, Colorado’s is already in force.
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