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  • Regulators issue standardized privacy notice form for GLBA compliance

    Model form aims to make it easier for consumers to understand banks' privacy policies and help financial institutions meet GLBA requirements 

  • Getting compliance on the GRID

    The Object Management Group is attempting to build a database that may one day serve as a clearinghouse for all the world's IT-related regulations. Some say it's impossible, but others say it's badly needed to keep companies secure and out of the leg... 

  • IBM to boost security spending, push PCI DSS program

    IBM plans to invest $1.5 billion on security research in 2008. The company is also using recent acquisitions to introduce a PCI DSS program. 

  • ISO 27001 could bridge the regulatory divide, expert says

    Karen Worstell, former CISO at Microsoft and AT&T Wireless, recently joined the advisory board of Neupart A/S, a five-year-old European security risk management and awareness firm that just launched a North American office in the Seattle area. The co... 

  • Where hard drives go to die, or do they?

    A number of enterprises are using asset disposal firms to ensure sensitive corporate data is destroyed, but the process is hardly foolproof. In fact, a convicted felon could have his hands on your data right now. 

  • CSOs seek regulatory sanity in 2006

    IT security officers long for a common system to comply with laws that are similar, but often have conflicting demands. Some say a single set of federal guidelines could help, but others fear the implications. 

  • Active Directory getting critical look from regulators

    Auditors are honing in on directory services to see if companies have internal controls now mandated by law. 

  • CSO INTERVIEW: Regulatory pain is a two-way street

    You might not expect someone from the agency enforcing the Sarbanes-Oxley Act to describe regulatory compliance as something bogged down with "bureaucratic overlap" that's "killing" enterprises. But that's exactly how Chrisan Herrod sees it.Interview | 30 Jun 2005

  • Cheat sheet: 10 ways to prep for auditors

    There are 10 ways to prepare for those auditors knocking at your door -- and avoid wasting time and money. 

  • Experts: Better prepare for the regulations to come

    Compliance officers would love it if the federal government simplified today's regulatory maze, but recent data breaches make it more likely the maze will get more confusing.