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Monthly Archives: August 2019

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    Accepting Credit Cards? PCI Compliance a Concern for Small Businesses

Accepting Credit Cards? PCI Compliance a Concern for Small Businesses

Sue Poremba, contributing writer to Business News Daily, interviewed security experts on why PCI compliance is a concern for small businesses.  Here are the tips we offered on how to stay PCI compliant:

  1. Identify all business and client data, including any cardholder data, its sensitivity and criticality. Correctly defining the scope of assessment is probably the most difficult and […]
By |August 20th, 2019|News & Events, PCI Compliance|Comments Off on Accepting Credit Cards? PCI Compliance a Concern for Small Businesses

Data Privacy Market Still Has Room for All Entrants

by Victoria Hudgins, writer, Law.com, July 18, 2019

The rapid growth and complexity of data privacy laws makes the idea of one dominant privacy compliance company unlikely, ensuring lawyers’ seat at the table.

In the midst of growing data regulation laws and compliance needs, some privacy compliance technology companies are attracting a slew of investments. Take for example, data privacy compliance […]

By |August 19th, 2019|News & Events, Security|Comments Off on Data Privacy Market Still Has Room for All Entrants
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    Considering the Use of a CPaaS Provider? Look at the Inherent Risks

Considering the Use of a CPaaS Provider? Look at the Inherent Risks

The rise of the communications platform as a service (CPaaS) model has many enterprises migrating from on-premises communications to cloud platforms and APIs. CPaaS and APIs offer benefits including improved productivity and third-party app integrations, but before proceeding to adopt CPaaS companies should consider the inherent risks.

Remember that the underlying technologies tend to be insecure. […]

By |August 13th, 2019|Blog, Security|Comments Off on Considering the Use of a CPaaS Provider? Look at the Inherent Risks