CMMC compliance explained: what is the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification?

With an escalating cybersecurity threat risk that doesn’t appear to be slowing down, the Department of Defense (DoD) has taken proactive measures in creating the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC). The CMMC will soon be a requirement for any defense contractors or other vendors that are, or wish to be, working with the DoD .


Event Log Management for Security and Compliance

Security log management is the process of collecting, storing, and correlating the network data that details all activity in your systems and networks. Every action in an organization’s network generates event data, including records produced by operating systems, applications, devices, and users. The Center for Internet Security (CIS) identifies log management as a basic control for detecting malicious actors and software hiding in networks and on machines.


UAE's Information Assurance Regulation - How to Achieve Compliance

For years, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has committed itself to adopting information technology (IT) and electronic communication. The UAE’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) noted that this policy has made the state’s government agencies and organizations more efficient as well as has improved the ability for individuals to collaborate around the world.

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VMware Tanzu Mission Control Achieves ISO/IEC 27001, SOC 2 Type 1, and CSA Star Certifications

Security and data breaches continue to be among the top concerns of organizations around the world. As a SaaS provider, we always make the information security of our customers our top consideration and build service and the operational controls around it, all while striving to adhere to the best security practices the industry has established.


Data Protection Compliance for the Insurance Industry

Insurance companies are desirable targets for cyber attackers because they work with sensitive data. To ensure the safety of customers’ personal information, insurance companies have to follow strict data protection requirements. These requirements oblige companies to implement the best cybersecurity practices or face considerable fines for non-compliance. In this article, we discuss data protection compliance for insurance companies and how to safeguard customer data.


Make Your Compliant Environment Secure with Thundra

For any service you write, you’ll need third-party libraries. It would be very hard to build everything yourself from scratch. That’s why there are so many libraries and packages you can include in your projects to reduce your work and get things done. As you start writing services that are constantly growing, you’ll want to delegate as much boilerplate as possible to ready-to-use libraries so you can focus on the business logic that is crucial to your business.


The rise of 'Compliance-ops': Bridging the tech and compliance gap in iGaming

Kimberley Wadsworth gambled £36,000 in a fortnight, committing suicide shortly after the loss and leaving her mother homeless as a result. Kimberley Wadsworth started gambling in 2015, visiting brick-and-mortar shops and playing at online casinos. There was no one to promptly alert or save Kimberly from her dreadful destiny.


Law Firm Data Security Compliance: Protecting the Confidentiality Of Personal Data

Lawyers constantly handle sensitive data that attracts hackers and malicious insiders. Every security breach leads to reputational losses, remediation costs, and penalties. That’s why cybersecurity at law firms is regulated by strict IT laws and requirements. Complying with all necessary requirements and implementing protection measures that fit your organization is challenging.


Data Privacy Solutions: How to Choose the Right One

Data privacy solutions are crucial for complying with privacy regulations and maintaining security. In the first nine months of 2019, there were 5,183 reported data breaches, with 7.9 billion records exposed, according to the Data Breach Quickview. Modern regulations, such as GDPR and CCPA, require companies to develop reasonable data protection measures to protect consumers’ personal information against exposure or loss.