Information Governance Blog

The Chasm in Data Protection – Where can MSSPs Play a Role?

Adopting collaborative software to facilitate working-from-home has lead companies to extend their attack surface. How can MSSPs support them during this time of uncertainty?

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First GDPR, now CCPA…What’s next for Data Privacy in the US?

The long-term effects of striking down the U.S. Privacy Shield agreement by Schrems II, the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg, will take some time to become apparent.

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If you don’t work in one-dimension, why should your file classification system?

Perhaps, many years ago, in a corporation… maybe not. Let’s start again. Perhaps, many years ago in the military, it was brutally clear what information was meant to stay strictly classified, particularly top secret. The expression “don’t let it get into the wrong hands” contained no blurry lines. Right from wrong was known to be […]

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No Longer Shielded
16.08.2020 | by Yaniv Avidan

The long-term effects of striking down the U.S. Privacy Shield agreement by Schrems II, the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg, will take some time to become apparent.

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Working from home? Keep a leash on that data…

Data sprawl is a hot topic during COVID-19. After all, it was tough enough to keep tabs on all of your sensitive information and regulated customer data…

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All data is not equal in data discovery
04.07.2020 | by Yaniv Avidan

How often do you read about the data that is compromised by some malware or ransomware? Who goes into detail about what is inside the data? Can customers who are notified that their accounts were hacked, truly know what personal information of theirs was exposed? Can they know quickly? or by the time they are notified, are their accounts available on the Dark Web?

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