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The EU Cyber Resilience Act: Securing Digital Products

The EU Cyber Resilience Act (CRA) is a major piece of cyber legislation passed in 2024 in the European Union (EU) that regulates cybersecurity for digital products and services. The EU Cyber Resilience Act directly complements the NIS2 Directive, which regulates risk management and incident reporting across the European market.

Trustwave Government Solutions (TGS) Salutes New Mexico's New Cybersecurity Executive Order

New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham issued an Executive Order to shore up the state’s cybersecurity readiness and better safeguard sensitive data by conducting a state-wide security assessment and adopting National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) standards by Nov. 1, 2024.

Cybersecurity Compliance Around the Globe: India's DPDP

In an era where data breaches and privacy concerns are increasingly shaping global discourse, India's proactive stance on data protection is noteworthy. Introducing the Digital Personal Data Protection (DPDP) Act 2023 marks a significant milestone in India's legislative landscape. This groundbreaking Act fortifies individual data privacy rights and aligns India with global cybersecurity and data protection standards, setting a new benchmark for regulatory compliance.

What is the Health Records and Information Privacy Act 2002 (HRIPA)?

The Health Records and Information Privacy Act 2002 (HRIPA) is a comprehensive legislation established to protect the privacy and security of health information in New South Wales (NSW), Australia. This legislative framework shares many similarities with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy Rule in the United States in their goals to ensure data privacy, security, and handling of health information in the healthcare sector.

Assess Your Readiness Now for the SEC Cybersecurity Disclosure Rules

The SEC’s new ‘Cybersecurity Risk Management, Strategy, Governance, and Incident Disclosure’ rule (issued on July 26, 2023) has public companies, notably smaller companies, worrying about having enough cybersecurity expertise to run a security program consistent with SEC requirements.

The SEC Cybersecurity Disclosure Rules - Our Take

The SEC cybersecurity disclosure rules have put a spotlight on the issue of cybersecurity within organizations. The core of the rules and related guidance can be found in the article “Assess Your Readiness Now for the SEC Cybersecurity Disclosure Rules.“ The SEC cybersecurity disclosure rules should help build momentum around the importance of governance and risk management, relevant expertise, and timely incident disclosure that are fundamental to cybersecurity programs.

What is the EU Artificial Intelligence Act?

The European Union (EU) Artificial Intelligence Act is a key landmark legislation that represents one of the first laws to go into effect regarding the application and use of artificial intelligence (AI) technology. This historic regulatory framework was created to govern the use, development, and deployment of AI systems within the EU and establish an operational cyber framework for businesses.

Cybersecurity for the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority's (CIMA)

As the primary financial services regulator of the Cayman Islands, the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) is responsible for managing and protecting the assets of all Cayman Islands banks, which includes its cybersecurity and risk management strategies. CIMA does this mainly through the Rule and Statement of Guidance – Cybersecurity for Regulated Entities, which establishes regulatory laws and guidelines to safeguard the security posture of its regulated entities.

The Digital Markets Act: Reshaping Tech Competition in the EU

The online platform industry is growing exponentially as more organizations and individuals turn to digital resources for everyday needs. In 2022, the European Union introduced the Digital Markets Act (DMA), a groundbreaking piece of legislation to curb monopolistic practices of major online platforms while promoting fair competition across the highly saturated European market.