With GDPR now in full effect, many companies are scrambling to navigate issues the regulations have created for them, and one question is now being more pointedly discussed by many globally: is prescriptive or performance-based regulation better, specifically where personal data is concerned? The Prescriptive Approach The US and Australia both have a more prescriptive…
Winston Churchill once said “To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often”. Some might argue that we’ve taken that idea to the extreme and decided to be a society under constant change, in which case we should listen to Mr. Churchill’s further thought, that “There is nothing wrong with change, if it is in the right direction”.
In the case of security and compliance, that constant progress is definitely a good thing. The more secure customer and company data can be kept, the better. Keeping products safe and in good shape along supply lines is also good.
A well maintained audit and compliance routine is paramount in any business when it comes to online/cyber security. Just because you’ve followed the protocols set in place, it doesn’t mean that you can fight the fight against a major cyber security attack. The compliance process needs to be a living and breathing entity, constantly curated and improved.
In this article we discuss the advantages of using programmed compliance in an agile process to guard against cyber attacks.
When companies offer cloud solutions it’s an understandable concern of business owners to wonder where their confidential data is being stored, and what measures are in place to ensure its privacy? As a supplier of cloud based auditing compliance solutions we get these questions all the time, so I thought I’d share how we protect our clients’ data.