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Justin Suissa

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Two Birds with One Stone: Tackling the California Consumer Privacy Law & GDPR at the Same Time Part 2

Posted by Justin Suissa on Jan 8, 2019 12:22:00 PM

In our last post, we compared how the CCPA and GDPR differ conceptually. Today, we’ll look a the two systems in light of How CCPA compares to GDPR.

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Topics: GDPR, Data Regulation, cybersecurity, personaldata, CCPA

two birds with one stone: Tackling the california consumer privacy law & GDPR at the same time

Posted by Justin Suissa on Jan 4, 2019 11:40:00 AM

2018’s new consumer data privacy laws are business critical. Unfortunately, just when you thought you had the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) figured out, along comes the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) to open up Pandora's box again. Well, we're here to help you sort out both laws. We decided to kill two birds with one stone: tackling the California Consumer Privacy Act & GDPR at the same time.  

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Topics: GDPR, Data Regulation, data, cybersecurity, personaldata, CCPA

Infoedge/Spirion webinar on the GDPR

Posted by Justin Suissa on Jun 5, 2018 3:33:23 AM

 

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Topics: value

Recorded Webinar: Locating & Managing EU Personal Data for GDPR Compliance

Posted by Justin Suissa on Dec 1, 2017 1:12:58 PM

 

We had a great conversation on Nov. 15th about General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Join the discussion with privacy and compliance experts from Levi's Strauss & Co., infoedge, Spirion, and Robert Half Legal as they dive into a critical step on the roadmap to GDPR compliance - Identifying, discovering, and inventorying your EU Personal Data.

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Topics: GDPR, Data Regulation, Compliance

Are You Resilient or Risky? Insights from Black Hat

Posted by Justin Suissa on Aug 9, 2017 7:38:51 AM

 

Top Five Insights:

  1. The emergence of few cloud providers creates an environment of concentrated risk
  2. Cyberinsurance may help drive appropriate risk spend and behavior
  3. The less you know where your data crown jewels are, the less resilient you can be
  4. Develop the appropriate hooks into the organization to optimize impact
  5. People continue to be key to any good resiliency strategy
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Topics: Information Risk

One Thing to Know When You Go to the Cloud

Posted by Justin Suissa on Aug 12, 2016 7:15:31 AM

After seeing what the cloud offers - flexibility, elasticity, utility billing, reduced time to market - you’ve decided to make the leap and use it in your technology portfolio.

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Topics: Risk Management