sponsored by McAfee, Inc.
Posted:  09 Mar 2010
Published:  09 Mar 2010
Format:  PDF
Length:  4  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

With numerous news stories detailing public data breaches that have led to sensitive data getting released—on websites, stolen as part of a laptop theft, or even released accidentally over an email or instant message—organizations are increasingly under pressure to protect privacy data. Over the last few years, this challenge has been compounded by increasing compliance regulations that can mean fines or even jail time if privacy data is mishandled. In California and other states that have enacted similar laws, organizations are now forced to publicly disclose if computerized data files have been compromised by unauthorized access that might open up the risk for identity theft. The impact on privacy data leaks can impact an organization’s brand and public reputation, not to mention put its customers, employees and partners at serious risk.

This white paper presents the top ten regulatory compliance requirements to consider when selecting a privacy data protection solution.






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