For some, it might have felt like the GDPR was a little bit of an anti-climax. Relative hysteria in the build up to May...
GDPR, NIS Directive, Minimum Security Standards and Cyber Essentials
2018 has been a disruptive year for IT teams, CISOs and compliance officers, with new regulations, industry standards and audit requirements drawing time and resources where the two are already stretched. You almost certainly will have come face to face with at least one of six compliance and regulatory changes in the UK.
Compliance is a critical component of any security program and is a legal concern for organisations in many industries today. Regulatory standards like GDPR, Cyber Essentials, NIS Directive, Minimum Security Standards and ISO 27001 propose recommendations for protecting data and improving information security management in the organisation. Infinigate’s Compliance Hub is a central resource that has a wealth of materials written by compliance and GDPR experts to help you make sense of various regulations and provides practical, no-nonsense advice on how to comply. You will find whitepapers, videos, infographics, podcasts and more.
Breaks down four of the top UK regulatory and industry standards (GDPR, Cyber Essentials, Minimum Cybersecurity Standard, NIS Regulation) across fundamental components of IT security compliance programmes.
Infinigate UK is joined by Blackfoot Compliance Specialists, Becrypt, GFI Software and Ipswitch where they will discuss integrated compliance and how they have helped their customers to achieve this.
We have explored four of the top UK regulatory and industry standards of 2018 (GDPR, NIS, Cyber Essentials, Minimum Security Standards), found commonality between them and produced and useful guide to integrated compliance.
Uncovering 7 key areas of opportunity that arise from the GDPR, to help VARs in their pitch to prospects.
Learn how to continue adhering to the GDPR in 10 easy steps, an applicable 9 step action plan should you experience a data breach and why the GDPR should prompt a culture change in the way your organisation processes data.
We've dissected our whole vendor portfolio and aligned specific technologies to each of the 10 core GDPR elements in our GDPR product roadmap to make the buying decision a bit easier for you and your organisation.
The GDPR Lifecycle demonstrates how to address the main goals of the GDPR which has been segmented into 10 critical definable elements: Data Awareness, Data Management, People and Systems.
Read this checklist to learn: The crucial aspects of GDPR broken down into 11 steps, what each of these steps mean in clear and easy to read language and how to translate the requirements of the regulation into action.
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