6 Questions Employers are Asking About COVID-19, Vaccines, and HIPAA

Aug 10, 2021

As employees are returning to in-person work, returning to group events, etc. there are questions. For example, as an employer, can you ask your employees for proof of vaccination? Are you violating privacy laws by doing so? It’s important for employers to understand the laws surrounding COVID-19 and HIPAA.

Read More

4 Steps to Manage Third-Party Privacy Risks

Aug 6, 2021

Third-party relationships entail serious risks—risks that privacy teams have the expertise to help manage and mitigate. By helping to identify and manage third-party privacy risks from the beginning of the business relationship, they can protect their organizations and also make their own jobs a lot simpler down the line. Whatever safeguards you can put in place at first, your organization will be better off than taking a “fingers crossed” approach to managing third-party privacy.

Read More

Intelligent Incident Response Automation: Say Goodbye to Spreadsheets

Jul 27, 2021

Challenges. Barriers. Obstacles. Not the words we like to use when describing incident response management, but let’s face the realities. Learn how you can help your organization overcome barriers to change and realize the value of intelligent incident response automation in the latest IAPP webinar.

Read More

Reduce Privacy Risk to Build Investor Confidence

Jul 22, 2021

Armed with tools and their in-depth understanding of the organization’s privacy risks and requirements, the privacy team can conduct tabletop exercises to assess the most likely worst-case scenarios, providing valuable insights to executive decision-makers.

Read More

Privacy Regulatory Trends: Personal Information and Biometric Data Privacy Laws

Jul 21, 2021

As more states seek to regulate and protect biometric data, companies that collect, use and store biometric data should consider creating and implementing policies and procedures that incorporate the appropriate security, notice, and consent requirements, even if they are not currently required to do so by law. However, until all 50 states amend their definitions of personal information to include biometric data, privacy leaders must navigate a patchwork of laws and regulations when performing incident risk assessments.

Read More

Regulatory Trends: Texas Data Breach “Wall of Shame”

Jul 7, 2021

For privacy and compliance leaders, notifiable privacy data breaches aren’t ideal, but they are necessary. In September 2021, Texas house bill House Bill 3746 will allow the state attorney general to publicly list organizations who have issued data security breach notifications. At an important moment for privacy regulation, does this regulatory environment encourage organizations to notify when obliged, or does it discourage compliance with legislation?

Read More
Previous Page
Next Page

Featured Resources

Your success is our success

We strive to deliver value as a trusted, long-term strategic partner in privacy, always mindful of the trust RadarFirst users place in us.

All of the legal and regulatory requirements around breaches, notifications, and deadlines are built right into the software. This has created an easy workflow that’s saved at least 50% of the time it used to take to complete assessments.
Privacy Lead Fortune 500 Financial Services Company
RadarFirst provides consistent guidance for a growing volume of privacy and security incidents involving multiple state and federal laws – and GDPR – ultimately reducing our compliance and reputational risk.
Executive Compliance Officer Fortune 100 Financial Services Company
We’ve transitioned to a digital-first company, with all of our in-house data centers in the cloud. RadarFirst offers an innovative and secure SaaS solution, ideal for our current and future compliance needs.
Privacy Officer Fortune 200 Financial Services Company

Learn how to simplify incident management

Request a Demo