The 25th of May has come and gone. While many organisations were proactive in their preparations for aligning themselves with the GDPR, sadly many of your customers may still be the dark about the GDPR and what it means for them. The effects of the GDPR are coming, but should they still be worried? […]
With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline scheduled to go live 25th May 2018, we thought that it was appropriate to have another look at the European directive that will have a global impact. Though a legal requirement created by the EU, GDPR is applicable to personally identifiable information (PII) related to EU citizens. […]
Compliance with multiple standards: the short and long term benefits of using our Combined Assessment Model
Compliance with multiple information security related standards and regulations can be challenging for organisations. However, by aligning all standards using our Combined Assessment Model, requirements, cost and complexity can be significantly reduced. In this infographic, we explore the short and long term benefits.
By Natasja Bolton, Senior Acquirer Support QSA With the increase of malware and other malicious cyber security attacks that have had a global impact in the last few years, governments around the world have been trying to implement concrete safeguards through regulation. The goal of these regulations being to not only protect valuable infrastructure services […]
Most businesses have to comply with multiple information security related standards and regulations. In our experience the average is 3. These can include but are not limited to PCI DSS, GDPR, ISO 2700, Sarbanes Oxley, HIPAA, Cyber Essentials, POPI and even audits by clients.
The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR for short, will come into force across all EU Member States from 25th May 2018. GDPR will affect the processing and movement of the personal data of approximately 500 million citizens.
By Natasja Bolton, Senior Acquirer Support QSA The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR for short, will affect the processing and movement of the personal data of the approximately 500 million citizens populating the EU Member States. The new legislation will apply across all EU Member States from 25th May 2018. Furthermore, the […]