Compliance

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Egnyte for Life Sciences: A Unified Platform for Regulatory Compliance, Remote Collaboration, and Data Governance

Today marks the release of Egnyte for Life Sciences, a unified data collaboration platform to serve those advancing the science of health. In recent years, Egnyte’s team of industry veterans has listened closely to companies, customizing solutions to ensure regulatory compliance, improve collaboration, and provide more control over your company’s most valuable asset: data. Regulatory Compliance

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7 Challenges that Stand in the Way of Your Compliance Efforts

Compliance is very important to any organization. Organizations have many standards to choose from including PCI, CIS, NIST and so on. Oftentimes, there are also multiple regulations that are applicable in any country. So, organizations need to commit some time and resources in order to apply security standards and achieve compliance. Even so, organizations encounter challenges when it comes to maintaining their compliance with security controls for their workflows, processes and policies.

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DoD Interim Rule

On September 29, 2020, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) released an interim rule titled Assessing Contractor Implementation of Cybersecurity Requirements (Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) Case 2019-D041). The rule amends the DFARS, and at the same time, implements the DoD Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) program.

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What is Policy Compliance? Four Tips to Help You Succeed

Policy compliance within the information security space can be an exhausting concept to wrap our heads around. Writing a policy document, publishing it to staff and then staying hands-on to ensure it is followed in perpetuity is easily seen as an arduous, if not an impossible, task. Policies set the basis for every successful information security initiative.

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Mastering Compliance in M365 Cloud Office Environments

With the explosive growth of Microsoft 365, many companies are suddenly experiencing content sprawl at an unprecedented rate. What is content sprawl? It’s when your employees create unstructured content (files, chats, video) in the course of their workday, which then gets stored in multiple repositories, like SharePoint and OneDrive. Accelerate that in the context of a remote workforce, and you suddenly have content sprawling all over the place.

Impact WA Cybersecurity Webinar

Impact Washington, through the US Department of Defense Office of Economic Adjustment and Department of Commerce, is assisting small to medium size businesses in Washington state with Cybersecurity Readiness as the emerging Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) regulations will be required for all federal contractors and their subcontractors in the near future.
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How to Appease the Gods of Compliance Without a Human Sacrifice

Halloween is here, and while trick or treating may be cancelled because of the ongoing pandemic, the basics of the celebration remain the same: pumpkins, costumes, kids amped up on sugar. That said, the origins of Halloween are rooted in Samhain, an ancient Celtic festival marking the end of the harvest season. Festival goers would slaughter animals and throw them into bonfires in an attempt to appease the dead.

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SOC 2 compliance for containers and Kubernetes security

This article contains useful tips to implement SOC 2 compliance for containers and Kubernetes. The Service Organization Controls (SOC) reports are the primary way that service organizations provide evidence of how effective their controls are for finance (SOC 1) or securing customer data (SOC 2, SOC 3). These reports are issued by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).

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How to build a risk-informed business

At the advent of the pandemic, how prepared was your organization to support customers and employees? Or to continue delivering critical products and services? How adaptable and effective was its technology, workforce, and supply chain? As the COVID era has shown, resilience can’t be summoned overnight. It requires business and technology transformation.