Tag: breach

Cyber Risk Update for Construction Companies

Scammers are always seeking new ways to target victims for Business Email Compromise (BEC) scams, where they leverage email to try to convince you to give them credentials, send them confidential information like W2s, send them money by changing things like direct deposit instructions, or give any other data that can help them profit from … Continue Reading

Achieving Industry Standards

For Cybersecurity and Privacy, “What Are the Industry Standards? Are We Meeting Them?” These are questions the FTC Chairman, Joseph Simons, strongly suggested a CEO must ask before a data breach occurs to avoid the prospect of personal liability. These questions and statements by other commissioners emphasizing the FTC’s role – to bring about a … Continue Reading

Anthem Pays OCR $16 Million in Record-Breaking HIPAA Data Breach Settlement

The Office of Civil Rights (OCR) announced in a press release this week that Anthem, Inc. (Anthem), one of the nation’s largest health benefit companies, has agreed to pay $16 million and take substantial corrective action to settle potential violations of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy and Security Rules. This settlement … Continue Reading

CNIL’s GUIDANCE FOR PROCESSORS – ANSWERS TO YOUR MOST PRESSING QUESTIONS

See European Regulation on the Protection of Personal Data Guide Sub-Contractor Edition, September 2017. Are you a contractor within the meaning of European Regulation on data protection? Are you subject to EU regulation on data protection? What is the main change introduced by the European regulation for contractors? What are your obligations as of May … Continue Reading
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