Compliance


Many companies are looking for IT solutions that will help them achieve compliance in the areas of auditing, policies, procedures, authentication and authorization.


BlogPhysical and virtual access will be controlled by a 'Data Trustee,' governed exclusively by German law. And German law is a real stickler for privacy.
FeatureConnecticut recently became the first state to make electronic health information blocking illegal and its Office of the Attorney General is looking into such allegations that include Epic Systems and major hospital-based networks in the state.
FeatureShadow IT serves an important function in every organization and, if encouraged and nurtured properly, it is a catalyst for change and a facilitator for rapid implementation of innovative ideas.
NewsThe U.S. Senate approved a key cybersecurity bill Tuesday after several days of debate on the chamber floor — and several years of lobbying by business groups, including bankers.
FeatureFive critical examples illustrating how and why it’s important to differentiate between corporate and personal apps.
NewsEvolving big data and analytic technologies are putting pressure on insurance companies to mitigate the risks associated with their actuarial and business models.
NewsTechnology-privacy advocates are praising the Obama administration’s decision not to seek new laws guaranteeing government access to encrypted information on mobile phones, computers and other devices - even as companies know the U.S. hasn’t given up on getting the data.
BlogCustomer insights professionals need to address these two areas. Quickly.
NewsCustomers’ digital data is lifeblood for companies like Google Inc. and Facebook Inc., and the European Union’s highest court just made it more difficult for them to make money off the information.
NewObamacare will eventually allow patient information to quickly synchronize between pharmacies, doctors’ offices, hospitals and data suppliers. However, the emergence of shared medical records makes errors all the more dangerous because they can propagate more easily between providers.
NewsGoogle Inc. is back under U.S. antitrust scrutiny as officials ask whether the tech giant stifled competitors’ access to its Android mobile-operating system, said two people familiar with the matter.
NewsMicrosoft asked an appeals court to reverse a ruling forcing it to turn over e-mails stored in Ireland, in a closely watched case that could set the terms for data security in the U.S. technology industry.
Comments (1)
Please note you must now log in with your email address and password.