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Cybersecurity breaches, attacks, data and customer privacy issues involving compliance regulations like HIPAA, PCI, Sarbanes-Oxley and more.

Amazon, Apple Accused of GDPR Violations by Privacy Watchdog

Amazon, Apple & six companies don’t comply with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a complaint from privacy activist Max Schrems alleges.

DFS’s Cybersecurity Regulation: What Your Company Should Have Done

Organizations covered by New York’s Cybersecurity Regulation for Financial Service Companies must take stock of their compliance efforts before pushing deeper into 2019.

Cyber Risk Management Grows More Difficult

Why do 73% of cybersecurity, GRC, and IT professionals believe cyber risk management is more problematic? ESG’s Jon Oltsik explains.

Cylance Consulting Intros GDPR Assessments

Cylance’s consulting arm now offers European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) assessments.

How Bad is Marriott’s Starwood Data Breach? (Hint: The GDPR Fines, Lawsuits Could be Really Bad)

Marriott’s disclosure that it left vulnerable some 500 million customer records is pretty bad for sure. Will compliance fines from GDPR and others follow?

Blockchain and GDPR Compliance: A Closer Look

The French Data Protection Authority (“CNIL”) assesses the compatibility of blockchain technology with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Here are CNIL’s findings.

First GDPR Penalties Levied By Year’s End, EU Privacy Boss Says

Organizations violating the General Data Protection Regulation’s (GDPR) privacy rules will be hit with fines, warnings or temporary bans by the end of 2018, the European Union’s privacy boss says.

Google Plus Data Exposure: Will Compliance Regulators Pounce?

Google+ data exposure could trigger corporate compliance scrutiny from regulators across North America and Europe. Critics question Google’s initial silence about security issue.

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.

GDPR and Consent: What to Consider

According to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), an entity must have a “valid lawful basis” to process personal data. What does that mean? Trustwave offers these answers.