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The Compliance Blog
Maintaining compliance on every facet of your organization isn't easy. It's especially hard for smaller organizations and start-ups who simply don't have enough revenue to be able to afford a compliance officer. However, the costs of being out of compliance can be far greater and bring more lasting consequences for companies. Below we've outlined some of the biggest costs associated with non-compliance.
The EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a set of consumer data privacy regulations that apply common guidelines to companies. Although the enforcement data isn't until May 2018, the regulations pose looming issues for CIOs as they could face significant fines for non-compliance.
Your organization has until December 31, 2017 to implement NIST SP 800-171 if you have contracts with the United States Department of Defense (DoD) or are a subcontractor to a prime contractor with DoD contracts. This requirement is stipulated in the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS).
Let's face it, today's world is complex and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. What's the best way to handle the daily intricacies of doing business? Regulatory compliance. Organization's who fail to respond adequately to regulatory changes drives up unnecessary costs.
Compliance training should be viewed within your organization as one of the most important facets of your company both in terms of legal responsibility as well as operational efficiency. But all too often, compliance training is an afterthought. In today's compliance environment it seems as though there are new regulations penned by the government on a daily basis. Yet too many organizations still cling to their simple read-and-agree policy format for their compliance training. This form of training exposes your organization to threats that could lead to massive government audits.
When dealing with the cyber security of your organization you have to evaluate your legal environment. Are there regulations put into place that can help regulate and maintain a safe and secure work environment? Is there a set policy framework for computer security guidance that will help me assess our cyber security readiness?
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Regardless of the type of business, you are working within it's extremely likely that you utilize the internet in some way. Although one of the best resources in our lifetime, the internet can pose a huge threat to your organization. As a means to combat that threat, it's important that you take and implement certain precautions towards a safe and secure environment. We've taken the time to list 7 steps towards a better cyber security environment.
We live in a world of constant connection. You wake up in the morning and check your phone, link your phone to your car's Bluetooth adapter on your way to work, purchase coffee at your favorite cafe, and connect to the internet in order to do your job's daily responsibilities. From when you woke up to when you got to work you've already used four different device connections without even realizing it. What happens if these connections are forcefully disrupted?
If you are a small business owner, you've probably realized how complex the regulatory environment is. In fact, the Code of Federal Regulations has grown to more than 175,000 pages. Of all of the federal regulations out there, which ones are the most burdensome on small businesses? Below we've listed the five most vexing regulations for small businesses.