Hiring A Data Governance Team

Building a Governance Department: A Guide

Editor’s Note: This is the second article in a series geared toward small and medium-sized enterprises that are building dedicated governance teams to deal with emerging data privacy laws like GDPR and CCPA. For the many organizations that have begun to grapple with the reality of data privacy laws–the challenge of compliance can seem insurmountable.…
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EasyJet Hack

Breaking Down the EasyJet Hack

Earlier this month, European budget airline EasyJet was hacked. In a “highly sophisticated attack,” 9 million customers had personal information, including email addresses and travel itineraries, compromised. And 2,208 customers had their credit card information stolen. The attack has left many customers “in limbo”, with many questioning how a company that claimed to comply with…
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RACI Matrix

How to Build a RACI Matrix

Every member of an institution–from board member to secretary–is responsible for playing a part in data privacy and cybersecurity. The caveat to this rule is that no two roles should have the same level of responsibility, and institutions which fail to properly assign duties risk inefficiencies at best, and compliance-related fines at worst. There are…
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GLB And The CCPA

No Exemptions: Banks Need to Comply With the CCPA and the GLBA

Many financial organizations are under the impression that they are not required to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) because their data privacy practices are already regulated by several state and local laws, including the California Financial Information Privacy Act (CalFIPA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), and the Gramm-Leach Bliley Act (GLBA)…
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