NYDFS Bolsters Cybersecurity Requirements

Dec 1, 2023

Effective November 1, 2023, the Part 500 amendment to the NYDFS Cybersecurity Regulation (23 NYCRR 500) is a new set of cybersecurity requirements for all covered financial institutions. The NYDFS bolsters cybersecurity requirements through a series of changes that address both the advancements of the cybersecurity threat landscape as well as increased opportunities for organizations to protect themselves.

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Lessons on Children’s Privacy 

Nov 16, 2023

LinkedIn’s Chief Privacy Officer, and RadarFirst Board of Directors member, Kalinda Raina, joined us in a recent session of The Privacy Collective, Teachable Moments: Children’s Privacy Policies. In this session, we discussed privacy and compliance alignment to gain lessons from children’s privacy regulation and discuss how organizations can build resilient privacy policies to protect people of all ages.

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SEC Amendments Make Cybersecurity Disclosure a Board-level Issue

Oct 12, 2023

To better understand what the SEC disclosure rules and the announced amendments mean for organizations, C-suite executives, and Board-level stakeholders, RadarFirst CEO Don India met with privacy, cyber, and risk experts to investigate why the SEC amendments make cybersecurity disclosure a Board-level issue.

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Regulatory Notification Obligations Solved with New RadarFirst Product

Oct 4, 2023

RadarFirst, a leader in privacy incident management, proudly introduces Radar® Compliance, the groundbreaking solution designed to revolutionize compliance, cyber, risk, and third-party notification obligations.

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The Power of Collaborative Incident Response

Sep 14, 2023

It’s easy to denounce silos and promote collaboration, but how does an organization actually go about enabling communication, compliance, and coordinated action across and between departments? Read more from Judy Titera, Independent Director, Consultant (former Chief Privacy Officer at USAA).

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To Be Great Enterprise Risk Managers, CISOs Need to be Great Collaborators

Sep 7, 2023

To accurately identify, mitigate, and reduce risks across an organization—be they electronic or paper, malicious or non-malicious—key departments must share the burden of privacy incident response and privacy by design. Collaboration is key, as privacy, security, legal, and product teams effectively work together.

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