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GDPR: Can Automation Solve Compliance Headaches?

Enterprise leaders emphasize the need for more automated services and tools to support GDPR regulatory requirements, such as data sourcing, mapping, data types and data access. ISACA explains.

California Goes Beyond GDPR With Data Privacy Law

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 will take effect January 1, 2020. The legislation resembles the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Here are the differences.

Data Is the New Oil? Actually, It’s the New Air

We still need to learn how to harness data and the Internet for positive benefit—as well as to manage and mitigate its risks.

Data Mapping: A Key Challenge in Achieving GDPR Compliance

The first step toward GDPR (general data protection regulation) is to map or collect all the personal data of the company. What does that mean? ISACA explains.

What the Skills Shortage Means to Existing Cybersecurity Professionals

Why established cybersecurity professionals need a “career plan” that accounts for both near-term and longer-term market shifts. ISACA explains.

SQL Databases and Data Privacy: Features to Know

Coupled with best practices in data management, built-in SQL Server features should provide an easier path to meeting the data privacy expectations of customers and compliance regulations.

Cambridge Analytica and Facebook: Latest Lessons for Enterprise

The Facebook and Cambridge Analytica data story offers timely lessons for leaders and practitioners in the security, risk and assurance communities. ISACA explains.

GDPR Assessment Provides Customized Guidance

ISACA’s GDPR Assessment helps users and their enterprises identify gaps in their GDPR readiness, and offers guidance on how to resolve those gaps.

Comprehensive, Risk-Based Cyber Resilience: The Time is Now

Enterprise leaders must embrace a risk-based capability and maturity model to bolster cybersecurity. ISACA explains why.

Validating IoT Device Risks vs Business Value

Businesses must evaluate the potential risks as well as potential business value of IoT (Internet of Things) devices. ISACA explains how to get started.