Compliance

Compliance in your Database DevOps pipeline - continuous classification with SQL Data Catalog

Keeping classifications up to date across a constantly evolving structured data landscape is a difficult task, however it can become part of your DevOps process instead of simply offering further red tape to your development teams. Join Chris Unwin, a solution engineer at Redgate Software, to see how you can include SQL Data Catalog within your upstream DevOps process so that nothing in your Production environments is ever without classification.
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How to Ensure Patch Compliance

Patch compliance indicates the number of compliant devices in your network. This means the number of computers that have been patched or remediated against security threats effectively. The distribution and deployment of patches accomplish nothing if your devices are not compliant. So to establish a good patch management strategy, it is important to pay attention to the effectiveness and reach of your patch deployment activities.

FIPS certification and CIS compliance with Ubuntu

There are few Linux distributions that undergo the FIPS certification process, and even fewer with certified images available for production use in multi-cloud environments. Canonical has built integrated services to easily enable FIPS certified or compliant modules for Ubuntu 18.04 and 16.04 LTS releases, as well as tooling to assist in hardening and auditing Ubuntu instances to meet CIS compliance benchmarks. These certified components enable operating environments under compliance regimes like FedRAMP, HIPAA, PCI and ISO.

Fortifying Cyber Defense: How to Act Now to Protect Global Supply Chains

This webinar was hosted by Ignyte Assurance Platform and Federal Publication Seminars on 18 June 2021. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), under the Department of Homeland Security, launches a campaign to reduce the risk of ransomware. Following an executive order signed by President Biden on May 12, 2021, which aims to increase cybersecurity defenses and resiliency against nation-state data exfiltration and hold global criminals accountable for ransomware attacks.

Securing the Supply Chain

This webinar was hosted by Ignyte Assurance Platform and MAGNET: The Manufacturing Advocacy and Growth Network. How to protect your assets from cyber threats and attacks Guidance on the latest and necessary cybersecurity requirements and legislations Find out what your business needs to comply with and what it takes to get there in the shortest possible time Learn what’s the most efficient way to maximize your efforts and resources in cybersecurity

Digital Data Loggers vs. Chart Recorders. When To Upgrade

A digital data logger is an electronic device that measures and records various environmental conditions. These conditions can be temperature, humidity, pressure, voltage, or current. Measuring them is essential in many industries where compliance regulations exist. A chart recorder is essentially an old-school version of the digital data logger. Instead of using a microprocessor for storage, a chart recorder marks the measurements on a paper chart that shows variations in the values recorded at a glance. In this article, we will take a closer look at each and compare the two.

Anecdotes - A Modern Compliance Platform Built on Snowflake

Powered by Snowflake is a series where we interview technology leaders who are building businesses and applications on top of Snowflake. In this episode, Daniel Myers from Snowflake interviews Yair Kuznitsov, CEO and co-founder of Anecdotes, a modern platform for compliance professionals that continuously collects and maps relevant data from hundreds of different systems into normalized, credible evidence and offers advanced visibility to ensure the best cross-team collaboration, built on Snowflake.
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PII Data Privacy: How to Stay Compliant

When people share their personal information with an organization, they’re performing an act of trust. They trust you to keep their data safe from hackers, and they trust you to use their data only for legitimate purposes. While many organizations honor this trust, others do not. As a result, governments worldwide are rushing to pass data protection legislation that puts the power back in the hands of people.