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The New York Department of Financial Services (NY DFS) brought charges against a company that knew about its control weaknesses from “at least October 2014 through May 2019” and ignored its internal experts, choosing to do nothing to remediate the situation. This left more than 850 records containing non-public personal information (NPI) exposed to the public.
Stories like these give governmental bodies reason to distrust corporate cybersecurity. So, make sure you’re all caught up.
With this guide, gain insights to the top 5 important cybersecurity and privacy regulations, as well as, generalized monitoring and logging requirements.