Published By: CrowdTwist
Published Date: Jul 25, 2018
Over the last decade customer-brand relationships have become more and more digitized. Companies have enjoyed access to new technologies, new capabilities, and greater access to customer data. In turn, consumers have become better informed and able to connect with brands with greater flexibility and convenience. However, concerns around mismanagement of customer data, the proliferation of fake news, high profile retailer database breaches, and the Cambridge Analytica scandal has contributed to an erosion of trust between consumers and brands and demands for data privacy. What can brands do to overcome consumer skepticism? What keeps a customer coming back in 2018? And what can brands do to demonstrate relevancy and provide value?
Published By: ForgeRock
Published Date: Mar 22, 2018
What the Internet of Things means for consumer privacy discusses the findings of an Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) research programme, sponsored by ForgeRock, that explores the privacy
concerns and priorities of global consumers stemming from the Internet of Things (IoT) and related technologies.
This white paper examines how states like Massachusetts have implemented one of the most stringent and far-reaching requirements for protecting consumer data and how organizations of all sizes can meet the privacy requirements with simple, scalable encryption technologies.
This white paper examines how states like Massachusetts have implemented one of the most stringent requirements for protecting consumer data and how organizations of all sizes can meet the privacy requirements with simple, scalable encryption technologies.
To get a look at the current state of data privacy and personalization, Gigya recently commissioned a survey with OnePoll to collect the perspectives of modern consumers. The results reveal that, when it comes to sharing their data with brands, consumers across the globe are demanding 3 key values: transparency, relevance and convenience.
Consumers demand – no, expect – marketers to deliver highly relevant communications. Yet, daily headlines about security and privacy keep them on guard about use of their personal information. How do you reconcile the personalization privacy paradox?
Guest speaker, Forrester Research, Inc.’s Fatemeh Khatibloo and Bryan Throckmorton of Acxiom will offer fresh findings on customer expectations regarding privacy and examples of how companies are building transparency and trust – and differentiating themselves – with preference centers that put more control in the hands of customers.
Published By: Tripwire
Published Date: Nov 30, 1999
This paper covers the basic requirements of PCI, with a focus on the administrative and technical elements of the program. It also reviews the validation requirements of the standard and potential sanctions for failure to comply.
Published By: Tripwire
Published Date: Jul 05, 2007
Learn about the validation requirements of the payment card industry's data security standard (PCI DSS), including administrative and technical elements of the program, and the potential sanctions for failure to comply.
TRUSTe works to advance privacy and trust for a networked world. TRUSTe Privacy Seals help consumers click with confidence by guiding them to trustworthy Web sites. Thousands of Web sites rely on TRUSTe industry best practices to help them make the right decisions about privacy and protecting confidential user information. Most of the top fifty Web sites are certified to TRUSTe's leading practices, including Yahoo, Facebook, MSN, eBay, AOL, Disney, New York Times, Comcast and Apple. To learn more about internet
privacy visit www.truste.com.
This white paper will examine the potential of a technological breakthrough to reduce trust-based risks and change the way organizations reach a harmonious balance between consumer privacy and information sharing.
Mandatory compliance requirements often vary or conflict. Discover the major issues and appropriate actions organizations must take today to protect the privacy of information and meet legal and contractual requirements.
This white paper identifies the problems encountered in addressing network security risks through vulnerability management. It describes how automated vulnerability management contributes to compliance with industry standards such as the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and assists you in proactively identifying security weaknesses before these are exploited.
This white paper highlights why organizations need to implement event log auditing as an integral part of their security policy to meet industry standards such as the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).
High-profile data losses are grabbing more and more headlines every week, threatening the reputation, customer base, and overall bottom line of organization whose systems have been exploited. In addition to this lurking threat, now organizations face potential fines for PCI non-compliance from VISA, beginning in September 2007. Ecora Software will provide you with the information you need to proactively address PCI compliance and, of equal importance, minimize your risk of a costly data breach.
Learn how to adhere to the PCI security standard by automating regulatory compliance and best practices reporting typically used to identify and validate IT configuration changes throughout operating systems, database management systems, applications and network devices.
Do you need to implement corporate policies regarding security and confidential health information? Learn: How to use IT documentation to prepare for and pass Security audits; What IT data is critical for Security Standards; What is the difference between Security and IT Audits. You can implement a sustainable HIPAA Security Standard – Read this paper to learn more.
This whitepaper will teach you the necessary steps any organization must take to comply with the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA). Based on the experienced insight of Alex Bakman, Founder, Chairman & Chief Technology Officer at Ecora Software and Khalid Kark, Senior Research Analyst at Forrester Research, this paper discusses how any organization can reduce compliance costs by automating the process of attaining and maintaining proper financial privacy and consumer data safeguard procedures.
A summary of the background of GLBA, the precedents it sets for securing nonpublic consumer information, and the responsibilities it places on senior management and IT departments to ensure customer data is safeguarded.
Achieve and Maintain Compliance with PCI Data Security Standard – Part 4. Deep dive into PCI DSS requirements 10-12. Learn how to adhere to the PCI security standard by automating regulatory compliance and best practices reporting typically used to identify and validate IT configuration changes throughout operating systems, database management systems, applications and network devices.
Deep dive into PCI DSS requirements 5-9. Learn how to adhere to the PCI security standard by automating regulatory compliance and best practices reporting typically used to identify and validate IT configuration changes throughout operating systems, database management systems, applications and network devices.