Cybergovernance Journal Update – 2/17/17
In the ever-changing world of cyber risk management, companies and organizations struggle for a way to get best available intelligence to their executive boards.
Business Insurance, Feb.13
There is also potential for other state or federal cyber regulations passed in the future to conflict with New York’s. The National Institute of Standards and Technology, a nonregulatory agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce, has several recommendations that differ from the NYDFS plan…
Homeland Security Today, Feb. 14
Government needs to develop metrics to assess the effectiveness of efforts promoting the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity and measure and report on effectiveness of cyber risk mitigation activities and the cybersecurity posture of critical infrastructure sectors…
JDSupra, Feb. 10
Two new sets of regulations — the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) and a stringent new cybersecurity regulation from the New York Department of Financial Services — fall into this breach mitigation category, and are catching the eye of all companies that collect, store or process customer data.
ZDNet, Feb. 17
“When you do business with a company, you’re no longer doing business with just that company, but all the other companies it interacts with,” Baylor said. “A big focus on user privacy and brand safety is, how do I make sure the vendors I’m working with will keep my data safe and most importantly, that of my customers?”