Tag: General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Kelley Gallo

7th Annual Information Security Summit Presented by MassBay Community College and Towerwall, Inc. When: June 6, 2019 8:00AM – 1:30PM When: MassBay Community College 50 Oakland Street Wellesley Hills, MA 02481 About the Conference: This year’s Information Security Summit will deliver information on the latest threats and emerging technologies such as ML, AI, and automation.

Michelle Drolet

With the CCPA coming hot on the heels of the GDPR it makes sense to get your consumer data management in order. Taking steps to protect all private data today will pay dividends tomorrow. The idea that organizations should be doing more to protect the personal data they hold about individuals has been gaining ground

Michelle Drolet

Make sure you understand the need to operationalize data management and security. There has been a widespread rush to get organized and compliant in time for the May 25 deadline when the EU data privacy law General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect. Little wonder when you consider what non-compliance with the GDPR could cost you —

Michelle Drolet

6th Annual Information Security Summit Presented by MassBay Community College and Towerwall, Inc. When: Thursday, May 24, 2018 8:00AM – 1:30PM When: MassBay Community College 50 Oakland Street Wellesley Hills, MA 02481 About the Conference: The Information Security Summit is a regional event with the goal to give participants from New England an update on

Michelle Drolet

58 data records are stolen every second at an average cost of $141 each. Trading in intellectual property and personal data is so widespread that someone invented a calculator that can estimate the potential harm to your own business. Nearly 5 million data records are lost or stolen worldwide every single day, according to the

Michelle Drolet

New challenges and threats will face IT departments in the year ahead. As we stand on the threshold of another year, the war for our cybersecurity rages on. There have been many data breaches in 2017, most notably for Equifax, Verizon, and Kmart. But if you seek a silver lining in the cloud, perhaps you’ll