The GDPR is in full effect and the first disclosure of a major breach subject to the regulation has happened. The Ticketmaster breach which affected British and international customers compromised.
How many of us have thought, “We just passed a compliance audit so everything must be secure,” or “the mainframe can’t be breached, it’s unhackable.” Or, “I’m not worried because event logs would.
The Ponemon Institute in conjunction with IBM recently released its survey of What CISOs Worry About in 2018, and the results give us interesting insights into industry leaders’ mindsets and the.
The 2018 Ponemon Institute CISO survey of “What CISOs Worry About” debuted at the beginning of the year, and not surprisingly, cyber-risk and data breaches remain key concerns, with 67 percent of.
Mainframe computers process some of the world’s most sensitive data. 96 of the top 100 global banks, nine out of 10 of the top global life and health insurance companies, and 355 of global Fortune.
The GDPR is now in effect. As the first data protection regulation enforceable by law, there is much uncertainty about how the European Union will enforce it. How strict will governing bodies be?.
People have been talking about the demise of mainframes for years, yet they are storing, managing, and processing more information today than ever. Mainframes today process approximately 80.
The General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR has been ratified, and it will levy crippling penalties for non-compliance when it goes into effect on May 25, 2018. There are 11 Chapters and 99.