Tag Archive: Compliance

What’s the Actual Role of Compliance?

May 26, 2015 |
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Not long ago, I claimed on this blog that compliance is dead. Obviously, my point wasn’t that standards such as HIPAA and PCI DSS aren’t necessary, or that they aren’t evolving, because they are – it was that organizations have... Read More

Why Compliance is Dead

March 5, 2015 |
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Information security experts have long warned that compliance does not equal security. They’ve argued that simply meeting a set of minimum requirements, whether it’s PCI DSS, SOX or HIPAA, is no substitute for making security part of day-to-day life. What... Read More

2015 Compliance Predictions

January 6, 2015 |

Highly regulated industries from healthcare and financial services to government agencies have had to make compliance part of the bread and butter of the organization. Now with increased global regulation, public and private companies, regardless of industry, are facing the... Read More

Lessons to be learned from Statoil data leak

December 23, 2013 |
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The news reported in the Norwegian publication, Dagbladet, that internal technical documentation from Statoil has been exposed on public servers is alarming, but the reported causes at the root of this breach are common in many organizations. Little or no... Read More

SharePoint Security: Comments from the AIIM Survey

March 14, 2013 |

In the AIIM, SharePoint Security – A Survey on Compliance with Recommendations for Improvement, author David Jones asked if respondents had any general comments to make about their compliance and information security issues. They had a lot to say. We’ve... Read More