Overview: Data Breaches & Implementing Proactive Security Policies Over the past few, there have been some very high profile instances of data breaches in environments of all types. The NSA IT Administrator Edward Snowden, who accessed and shared classified NSA data, has been the most widely publicized incident around this and there has been an added push to mitigate future data breaches and examine how these types of incidences actually occurred
The best type of data breach is the one that never happens, so the next step is to roll out preventative policies and measures to reduce the likelihood that a breach will occur
The presentation will be a case study of data breach and will explore the prospects and options of approaching a "breach-proof" state.
03-25-2021 | 12:00 - 13:00 ET
The presentation will be a case study of a data breach and will explore the prospects and options of approaching a "breach-proof" state.
”  Stricter breach notification provisions Perhaps the most significant impact of the GDPR on U.S. businesses comes from the breach notification provisions. The new breach notification provisions have considerably more teeth with fines that may potentially be as high as 4% of annual revenues. The definition of “data breach” is defined broadly to include “a breach of security leading to the accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorized disclosure of, or access to, personal data transmitted, stored or otherwise processed. This is in stark contrast to U.S. companies only reporting data breaches that may result in fraud or identity theft
Going into effect on May 25, 2018, it places a high standard of protection on personal data held by companies by regulating the collection, use, storage, and breach notification protocol of such data
Naturally, such a security breach is unacceptable under any circumstances...All this information is essential to proper security procedures, and can be used to head off potential breaches long before they become a problem
Regulated industries such as healthcare, finance, public sector, oil and gas, or publically traded companies may face significant regulatory and statutory penalties for inappropriate or inadequate controls that lead to a breach
Everywhere you turn today you hear about various instances of data loss and data breaches, all of which lead to a general sense of data insecurity...There is even frustration being felt when every part of access management seems perfect, but a breach still occurs
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So you accidentally let someone take a peek at the wrong data – how much harm can that data breach possibly do?