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By Michael Harvell

Countdown to Compliance Part 12: Final News and Notes

Note: This is the final post in our ongoing series on GDPR. We’ll be preparing you all the way to May 2018 on topics like: Privacy Protection and Breach Notification, GDPR Compliance Strategies, GDPR Enforcement and Penalties, Potential GDPR Costs, GDPR Auditing and more. Subscribe using the button on the right and you’ll be updated when we post a […]

By Michael Harvell

Countdown to Compliance Part 11: Record Keeping

Note: This is the eleventh post in an ongoing series on GDPR. We’ll be preparing you all the way to May 2018 on topics like: Privacy Protection and Breach Notification, GDPR Compliance Strategies, GDPR Enforcement and Penalties, Potential GDPR Costs, GDPR Auditing and more. Subscribe using the button on the right and you’ll be updated when we post a […]

By Michael Harvell

Countdown to Compliance Part 10: Data Portability

Note: This is the tenth post in an ongoing series on GDPR. We’ll be preparing you all the way to May 2018 on topics like: Privacy Protection and Breach Notification, GDPR Compliance Strategies, GDPR Enforcement and Penalties, Potential GDPR Costs, GDPR Auditing and more. Subscribe using the button on the right and you’ll be updated when we post a […]

By Michael Harvell

Countdown to Compliance Part 9: Final Preparations

Note: This is the ninth post in an ongoing series on GDPR. We’ll be preparing you all the way to May 2018 on topics like: Privacy Protection and Breach Notification, GDPR Compliance Strategies, GDPR Enforcement and Penalties, Potential GDPR Costs, GDPR Auditing and more. Subscribe using the button on the right and you’ll be updated when we post a […]

By Michael Harvell

Countdown to Compliance Part 8: News and Notes

Note: This is the eighth post in an ongoing series on GDPR. We’ll be preparing you all the way to May 2018 on topics like: Privacy Protection and Breach Notification, GDPR Compliance Strategies, GDPR Enforcement and Penalties, Potential GDPR Costs, GDPR Auditing and more. Subscribe using the button on the right and you’ll be updated when we post a […]

By Jayne Hallock

Countdown to Compliance Part 7: GDPR Auditing

Note: This is the seventh of an ongoing series on GDPR. We’ll be preparing you all the way to May 2018 on topics like: Privacy Protection and Breach Notification, GDPR Compliance Strategies, GDPR Enforcement and Penalties, Potential GDPR Costs, GDPR Auditing and more. Subscribe using the button on the right and you’ll be updated when we post a new article. […]

By Christina Czeschik

IAM 911: How Strong Healthcare IAM Can Save Lives

Badly implemented IAM can kill you. Literally. The above statement is not just a scare tactic – it is a fact that has been proven in healthcare, sadly, many times over. The central function of IAM is to grant reliable access – for example to patient data – to those who are authorized, and to […]

By Jayne Hallock

Countdown to Compliance Part 6: GDPR Challenges

Note: This is the sixth of an ongoing series on GDPR. We’ll be preparing you all the way to May 2018 on topics like: Privacy Protection and Breach Notification, GDPR Compliance Strategies, GDPR Enforcement and Penalties, Potential GDPR Costs, GDPR Auditing and more. Subscribe using the button on the right and you’ll be updated when we post a new […]

By Jayne Hallock

Countdown to Compliance Part 5: GDPR Potential Costs and AI Update

Note: This is the fifth of an ongoing series on GDPR. We’ll be preparing you all the way to May 2018 on topics like: Privacy Protection and Breach Notification, GDPR Compliance Strategies, GDPR Enforcement and Penalties, Potential GDPR Costs, GDPR Auditing and more. Subscribe using the button on the right and you’ll be updated when we post a […]

By Christina Czeschik

Spy vs. Spy: Homegrown intelligence and counter-intelligence

“Behind closed doors” has always been an irresistible place. All kinds of people – from friendly neighbors to international spies – desperately want to know about the things people try to keep private from the world.  Especially what *businesses* like to keep private from the world.  Corporate espionage (or “aggressive competitive research”?)  is just part of doing […]

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