What is the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a privacy act that becomes effective at the beginning of 2020. The act aims to help California residents to regain control over their personal data, giving them the rights to: Know… Read More »How Will CCPA Change the Business Landscape?
What is HIPAA HIPAA stands for Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. HIPAA provides data privacy and security measures for safeguarding medical information such as biometric data, patient health history, etc. It was signed into law in the year 1996, by President Bill Clinton. The… Read More »HIPAA Technical Safeguards: Main HIPAA Aspects to Consider
Organizations, especially those collecting and using personal data, must take the necessary measures to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and security of the data, therefore to be GDPR compliant as stated in Article 5. This objective could be achieved only by following the best practices in… Read More »11 Cyber Security Tips to Achieve GDPR Compliance
The hype about GDPR is dying off, as apparently the world didn’t end on May 25th. However, best practices in data protection are still valid, and we’d like to focus on logging as one of them.
Nowadays, data security and data protection are crucially important not only for the business but also for the public sector. To safeguard the customers’ rights, organizations must follow established rules and regulations and the best security standards such as the GDPR and PCI DSS. Overall… Read More »GDPR vs PCI DSS: How they complement each other
The Payment Services Directive (Directive (EU) 2015/2366, PSD2) has been hailed as a game-changer that will transform the payment services landscape in Europe. While this outspoken enthusiasm reflects the deep changes it will bring, it sometimes fails to note that the increased freedom and elimination of market… Read More »The Payment Services Directive (PSD2) and its Logging Requirements
GDPR is a topic that has concerned EU-based companies since 2016. In became effective on the 25th of May 2018. However, not just EU-based companies need to be concerned about the personal data processed by their organization. More and more US-based ones are also looking… Read More »What US Companies Need To Know About GDPR
Audit logs – the recorded evidence of each action or event that has happened in an information system – is an agreed best practice in the industry. But in many cases they are not just best practices – they are a necessity according to multiple… Read More »Compliant Audit Logs (ISO 27100, PCI-DSS, etc.)
Everybody is talking about GDPR. Many organizations are spending time and money to cover all aspects of the General Data Protection Regulation. Many more offer fulfillment services. For this reason, we have gathered the information on the Web we have found most relevant – tools,… Read More »List of Tools And Sources That Will Help Your Business Achieve GDPR Compliance
What’s the Aim of GDPR? GDPR is a regulation everyone is recently talking about. It will impact all the organizations that process personal data of EU residents so it will force most companies to take fundamental organizational and technical measures to ensure compliance. Don’t panic,… Read More »How to fulfill Art. 30 from GDPR (Records of processing activities)?
Our founder Bozhidar Bozhanov has given a useful presentation about the technical aspects and best practices of GDPR on a meetup in Amsterdam last week. You can see the slides here: If you’re interested, you can also join a webinar on the same topic, organized… Read More »A presentation about GDPR for developers