We recently published a paper about the role of Privileged Access Management (PAM) in the ISO 27001 standard. ISO 27001 is the world’s most comprehensive and recognized Information Security Management System (ISMS) framework.
Privileged access management helps your health IT security team manage and audit the activities of all privileged users.
Sarbanes Oxley… aka “SOX.” Wow, is that still a thing? Oh, yes, you can bet your 10K on it. The law requires publicly traded corporations to document, implement, audit, and certify internal controls over financial reporting. This includes a great deal of attention to IT controls and policies. Access controls are critical for SOX. As a result, SOX and Privileged Access Management (PAM) are closely linked, or should be.
The European Union is on the verge of enacting its new privacy regulations, known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Replacing the existing EU data privacy rules, GDPR is simply the latest in a long line of privacy regulations dating back to 1980. While GDPR clarifies and simplifies a number of data protection requirements, it adds new rules that will almost certainly present challenges to international businesses working in the EU.
When discussing the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), two main issues are often raised: the benefits it brings to individuals, or the financial and organisational consequences it has on companies. However, its representing a real key asset for European firms is often omitted.