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CyberAttacks, Data Breach Threats & Preparedness

The future looks unpredictable for companies and institutions who want to protect their data from ransomware and other forms of computer hacking as we move through Q4 of 2021 and into 2022. With cyberattacks and data breach threats spiking, it’s important to know how Privacy preparedness can save time, costs, and consumer trust.

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Reducing Incident Response by 80% Isn’t Magic, It’s Radar

What if you could reduce incident response time and risk within your organization while saving money on privacy incident management? If waiting for magic to happen doesn’t line up with your priorities, Radar can help. With built-in data breach notification decision support, there’s no better way to streamline Privacy incident management and reduce risk to your organization. Learn how Radar helped one of the world’s largest hotel chains unscramble a sea of personal information woes.

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International Regulations and the GDPR-Effect

Over 80 countries and territories have now adopted their own data privacy and security laws, with more coming to the table every year. As those in the data privacy and security community review emerging laws, the first question asked about new legislation is usually, “How does it compare to the GDPR?” Among a sea of evolving international regulations, China’s PIPL, in particular, is set to make waves. While similar to GDPR, there are some key differences. Read more in the blog.

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Privacy’s Role in Mitigating Ransomware

Ransomware has hit all industries including healthcare providers, governments, financial services, critical infrastructure, and food industries — causing extensive downtime, economic harm, and potentially other damage to information, systems, and even individuals. Does your organization have a consistent incident response process for ransomware?

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Why You Should Ditch Basic Workflow for Process Automation

When it matters most, you need more than just a workflow tool that outlines a sequence of tasks which must be completed after an incident. Privacy teams need real intelligence that provides answers to complex questions – and they need them fast in order to reduce risk. That’s where Radar comes in.

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6 Ways to Build Trust with Privacy

Data, privacy, and trust must be interconnected. For example, organizations that manage incident response effectively likely apply best practices, which has a positive effect on trust. When it comes to incident response, here are six ways to put privacy (and trust) first.

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Blazing the Paper Trail: Risk Mitigation through Incident Response Documentation

According to Red Clover Advisors founder, CEO, and consultant Jodi Daniels, risk mitigation through incident response documentation is key. After the rush of incident response, the focus is typically on investigation, assessment, and notification to meet regulatory deadlines. After that rush ends, however, documentation is the answer to mitigating multiple risks.

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