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What U.S. companies need to know about the GDPR

Posted by Sipi Asset Recovery on October 25, 2017

In a globally connected business environment, even the most routine decisions made by regulatory authorities halfway around the world can have drastic impacts right here at home. With the rollout of the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation, this fact will become even more apparent, as American companies who conduct business in Europe scramble to meet the compliance deadline of May 25, 2018.

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Topics: Industry and Market News

Protecting the value of sensitive financial documents

Posted by Sipi Asset Recovery on October 18, 2017

What's the dollar value of your business's data? Even if you don't have a figure, cybercriminals have already run the numbers. They're selling records stolen from organizations of all kinds for a serious profit on the dark web. 

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Topics: Certification and Compliance

Data breaches in healthcare increasingly common

Posted by Sipi Asset Recovery on October 11, 2017

If it seems like news headlines lately are clogged with stories related to data breaches in the healthcare industry, it's not because you are seeing double. Hospitals, insurance providers and doctor's offices are scrambling to adopt secure IT asset disposal practices, but it's not clear if they have yet been able to stem the tide of attacks.

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Topics: Industry and Market News

Maintaining data security in healthcare

Posted by Sipi Asset Recovery on October 4, 2017

Healthcare is a fast-moving industry, with seemingly constant changes related to the technology used not only to treat patients, but the vast systems architecture in place to support that treatment. As in other fields, one of the most notable shifts of the last 20 years is the move from paper records to a standard digital format. Again, not unlike the rest of the world, this involves working through many security concerns that are still not fully understood.

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Topics: Certification and Compliance

Data security concerns unique to financial services

Posted by Sipi Asset Recovery on September 27, 2017

When cybercriminals strike or sensitive data falls into the wrong hands, the financial stability of the affected business usually suffers. That's especially true for those in the business of managing finances themselves. Banks, investment institutions, insurance firms, brokerages, advisors and many more have a lot to lose from a data breach, thanks to the trove of sensitive data they must store at all times. When these standards are not followed at financial institutions, particularly secure data erasure and destruction protocols, there may be more at stake than a few dollars and cents.

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Topics: Certification and Compliance