Cybersecurity is a growing issue for businesses worldwide, as the data they handle becomes more and more significant and the threat of a breach more imminent. Nowhere is this challenge more evident than in the Retail sector, where systems are widespread and consumer data handling is constant.
With everyone’s minds focused on the upcoming GDPR deadline, EU members must not overlook the NIS Directive. EU member states must implement measures to comply with the NIS Directive before the 9th of May, 2018. So what are the biggest challenges to compliance with the directive?
Cybersecurity is a top concern for organizations across the globe. As a result, more and more compliance regulations and laws are being put in place, but meeting these strict rules can be a challenge for organizations. In some cases, security teams may need to comply with multiple regulations based on their geographic location. They need a way to meet compliance without interrupting operations or impacting day-to-day tasks.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) publishes the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity.
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.