The EU Is Regulating Your AI. Five Ways To Prepare Now

The European Union (EU) is leading the world in regulating essential issues that impact anyone interacting with EU companies and citizens. The EU led the way on data privacy regulation with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). They are doing it again with AI regulation, and it will impact your business. Should AI be regulated?…
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Cybersecurity

The 3 Biggest Mistakes the Board can Make around Cybersecurity

Although the topic of cybersecurity is now definitely on the board’s agenda in most organizations, it is rarely a fixed item. More often than not, it makes appearances at the request of the Audit & Risk Committee or after a question from a non-executive director, or – worse – in response to a security incident…
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Pegasus

Pegasus and Privacy

Pegasus spyware, developed by the NSO Group, an Israeli company, has provoked the ire of journalists, privacy advocates, the EU, UN, and U.S. Congress following revelations that the software was used to monitor over 50,000 cell phone numbers from individuals across 50 countries. Export licenses for this military-grade software must be approved by the Israeli…
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Cybersecurity

Why Cybersecurity Tools Aren’t Enough

By JC Gaillard, Managing Director at Corix Partners Irrespective of what many of us may say or write, the cybersecurity agenda remains dominated by products and technology. Of course, the problem has a technical dimension and the protection of any firm against cyber threats will require the application of technical countermeasures at a number of…
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Cyber Security Leaders

How to Build Back Better With Cybersecurity as a Core Principal

By JC Gaillard A comment left on one of my articles made me think: How can cybersecurity leaders drive a long-term transformative agenda, with a business and a board that cannot see beyond the short-term? I see several angles worth discussing around the way the question was put, which may help break some deadlocks. Endemic…
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2020 News in Review

Week Ending December 28  ICO Warns SolarWinds Victims to Report Breaches  The United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued a warning to organizations compromised by the SolarWinds breach. The breach, which was carried out by Russian hackers, affected more than 18000 organizations worldwide. ICO requires UK data controllers subject to NIS regulations to report…
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ADCG Launches Data Privacy Law Comparison Tool

In 2018, the European Union launched its landmark data privacy law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). What followed can only be described as a wave of data privacy laws that swept the globe. Legislators from California to Brazil, to New Zealand have passed some form of data privacy law with the potential to impact…
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Does Your Organization Need A Chief Privacy Officer

Does Your Organization Need a Chief Privacy Officer?

As the presence of global data privacy legislation continues to rise, so does the importance of privacy-related positions. The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) mandates that companies hire a Data Protection Officer, and related roles like Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) have also become more valued. One of the most concrete action items a…
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Cybersecurity Training

Why Cybersecurity Training is So Important for the Whole Organization

In Cybersecurity, Employees are Both the Weakest Link and Best Guards Against Breach With each new privacy standard that becomes law, a process that has become commonplace in recent years, one core tenet remains unchanged: businesses must be cyber resilient with every employee in an organization receiving regularly scheduled cybersecurity training. This standard is codified…
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