dcsimg
Profile
Sue Marquette Poremba

Sue Marquette Poremba

Latest content from Sue Marquette Poremba

Cybersecurity Trends We Saw in 2018

13 Dec, 2018

You cannot really plan for the future without understanding what happened in the past. The cybersecurity attacks of 2019 are not coming out of nowhere; they are building on the trends from 2018.

...More >

Bringing Cybersecurity and Privacy Together

02 Nov, 2018

The intersection of privacy and security is not as bumpy as some believe, one expert says.

...More >

Apple’s Interest in a National Privacy Law: Promoting Consumer Protection or Self-Serving?

30 Oct, 2018

Will the states be the movers and shakers of data privacy regulations and seemingly keep consumer interests as the priority or will Apple and other tech companies take the lead to benefit themselves?

...More >

Conflicting Information About Privacy Regulations Makes Compliance Difficult

26 Oct, 2018

Attitudes are changing about data privacy and protection. That is a good thing. The not-so-good thing is that organizations are struggling to keep up with changing regulations.

...More >

California Addresses Default Passwords

25 Oct, 2018

With the California law, the practice of easy default passwords will come to an end in 2020.

...More >

Why Aren’t the Data Privacy Laws We Have Now Enough?

28 Sep, 2018

Experts disagree about whether the U.S. needs a federal data privacy law to replace the patchwork that now exists.

...More >

Should the U.S. Have a Federal Data Privacy Law?

26 Sep, 2018

U.S. data privacy laws are scattershot among individual states and, like state-based data breach notification laws, only add more confusion. Having a national law would provide the same protections to everyone.

...More >

Tech Companies Preparing Framework for Federal Data Privacy Legislation

25 Sep, 2018

Many of the largest tech and communication companies will be meeting with Congress to discuss data privacy and to present ideas for federal data privacy regulations.

...More >

Apple Adds Mandatory Privacy Policy to the App Store

21 Sep, 2018

The new policy will require app developers to share how data is collected and how that data is used. And the policy only applies to applications, not to Apple itself.

...More >

GDPR Compliance Is Lagging. What Can American Legislation Learn?

20 Sep, 2018

Like so many things, GDPR sounds good in practice, but struggles to work in the real world. Will American data privacy laws work that way, too?

...More >

The Burden of State Data Privacy Laws: A Q&A with Robb Reck from Ping Identity

18 Sep, 2018

Robb Reck, cybersecurity expert and CISO of Ping Identity, discusses implications of new privacy acts. For consumers, these acts put a stake in the ground about what is required for organizations doing business; for companies, they add burdens to operating requirements.

...More >

Vermont Also Passed a Data Privacy Law

31 Aug, 2018

The new privacy law in Vermont is the first one in the country designed to regulate data brokers, the companies selling our personal information.

...More >

Tech Companies Against California Privacy Act

30 Aug, 2018

The tech industry is making it known that it is not pleased about the California Consumer Privacy Act, and pointing out the ways that it will hurt businesses.

...More >

Protecting Consumer Data Requires Understanding Consumer Data

29 Aug, 2018

Unfortunately, many large companies have turned consumers into products rather than selling to them. This approach to data may backfire.

...More >

Upping the Ante on Privacy Protections in the U.S.: A Q&A with Jim Varner

24 Aug, 2018

The California Consumer Privacy Act is getting the attention right now, but several states are considering legislation with the goal of protecting consumer information. Jim Varner, president and CEO of SecurityFirst, gives his opinions on where America is heading with privacy protections.

...More >

Customer Data Platforms Are One Solution to Meeting New Privacy Regulations

23 Aug, 2018

Organizations can manage growing complexity generated by new privacy regulations like the California Consumer Privacy Act with a Customer Data Platform (CDP).

...More >

California Consumer Privacy Act: Its Similarities and Differences from GDPR

17 Aug, 2018

The California Consumer Privacy Act, CCPA, goes into effect on January 1, 2020, and like GDPR, will give users more control over their personal data. Preparations start now.

...More >

Breaches from Third Parties Are the Costliest

01 Aug, 2018

Third-party security has to be built into your overall security budget, including policies and disaster planning. These breaches are already costing companies a lot of money.

...More >

Majority Say Third Parties Lack Security Visibility

31 Jul, 2018

Inadequate visibility into third-party security policies and procedures, not surprisingly, increases risks.

...More >

Third-Party Security in a GDPR World

30 Jul, 2018

Ensuring third parties are staying in GDPR compliance is more crucial than ever.

...More >
Subscribe Daily Edge Newsletters

Sign up now and get the best business technology insights direct to your inbox.