What the C-Suite Should Know about Compliance Regulations When Moving to Cloud Services
As we’ve seen over and over in 2017, data in the cloud is difficult to protect. This past year we have witnessed more large-scale cyberattacks and data breaches than ever before. In the first half of 2017 alone, almost 2 billion data records were stolen amid nearly 1000 separate data breach events. Each event costs enterprise companies $1.3 million on average.
To help prevent pricey breaches, the C-Suite must better understand the importance of cloud service security, especially with new rules and compliance regulations coming in a few months, including the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and New York’s cybersecurity regulation, 23 NYCRR 500.
Each new legislation carries steep penalties for enterprise companies that lack the proper protection of sensitive customer and employee information. Enterprise companies need to take new regulations like the GDPR and 23 NYCRR 500 seriously, and they need to act fast since the deadlines for complete compliance are rapidly approaching.
This ebook explains everything a C-level employee needs to know about the upcoming cyber security laws, including detailed breakdowns of the specific cybersecurity requirements for cloud service customers for each regulation, as well as what happens if companies don’t adhere to the new cybersecurity regulations by each regulation’s forthcoming deadline.
Sign up to learn more helpful information on the upcoming GDPR and NYCRR500 legislation and learn how to reduce the scope and stress of meeting compliance requirements for the new world of cybersecurity.
Available as PDF (1.9 MB), 32 Pages.