The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is one of the most stringent data protection regulations in the world. It ultimately is designed to protect personal data or personally identifiable information (PII) of EU citizens. And if your business interacts with and is storing the data of an EU citizen, you will be subject to fines and operating license revocations for non-compliance.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a force to be reckoned with — even for small businesses. When it came into effect in May 2018, many assumed that things would change immediately, but like most new and far-reaching laws, the effects are not entirely apparent.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) at its core, is a set of rules designed to give EU citizens more control over their personal data. It aims to simplify the regulatory environment for businesses and citizens in the European Union so they can fully benefit from the digital economy.
You’ve been served: GDPR 101
The GDPR is a new standard for consumer rights regarding the personal data companies divulge to companies when they do business with the latter.
As a business owner, there’s nothing worse than slipping into the red despite doing all the right things. Running a company doesn’t put just your salary and future on the table, it also puts the livelihoods of everyone you employ at stake.
Whether you’re worried the next recession is just around the corner or that your specific industry is headed for rough waters, there are practical, down-to-earth steps to weather the next economic downturn as if you had years of forewarning.
Technology has introduced the “remote workforce”. And without innovative breakthroughs in technology, working from home would not have become such a popular option in today’s world. That’s why you need the latest technologies and expertise to succeed with your remote workforce.
Target, Sony, Home Depot — you’ve witnessed how impactful data security breaches can be to an organization and its customers. But did you know you could pay $100,000 or more a month for not being PCI compliant and that 69 percent of consumers are less inclined to do business with a breached organization?
What you might be unsure of is exactly how to become PCI compliant and better protect your customer’s private data (and your bottom line) from falling victim to a data breach.
Our new office is located at 3990 Westerly Place, Suite 100 in beautiful Newport Beach, California!
The Orange County team was excited to move from the 8th floor of a high-rise in favor of a more welcoming, ground-level space where visitors no longer need to worry about a validated parking lot.
Happy New Year! Here’s to all those New Years resolutions (I swear, this is going to be the year I finally get into a workout routine), mild hangovers (maybe one glass of champagne too many), and new work goals!
To start your new year off right, we’ve put together a short list of topics you’ll want to keep abreast of when you plan for 2018.
A hot topic throughout all of 2017 with the various ransomware attacks, we think security is going to be the number one item for 2018. While in past years it’s been about collecting or visualizing data, 2018 is going to be all about securing the huge amounts of data that companies have now produced.
If you’re not using Windows 10 already, you’re already behind the curve! Microsoft’s latest operating system has been released for more than two years now, and the early adopters have ironed out all the bugs that have plagued new Windows releases for years.