In this blog, we will present a comparative analysis of GDPR, PDPA and CCPA to highlight their differences and similarities.
Learn about step #5 on the PDPA checklist, “Secure the personal data held by organizations,” and how it relates to employee awareness training.
Let’s dive deep into the financial and non-financial costs related to non-compliance with PDPA. By following the PDPA frameworks and the information provided here correctly, your organization will do a better job avoiding financial losses, as well as preserving the brand reputation and market value.
On January 18, 2021, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has released a revised version of its TRM guidelines – which was first published in 2013. Check out how this update relate to Policy Compliance.
The PDPA checklist made easy: check out the 10-step list provided by the Singaporean government to help companies comply with data protection obligations.
Putting it simply: the Personal Data Protection Act, 2012 (PDPA) provides a framework for companies to follow for personal data protection. It comprises various rules governing the collection, use, disclosure, and care of personal data. PDPA makes it mandatory for every organization to have privacy and internal data security policies.
After speaking with Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) leaders, we’ve learned and summarized several challenges organizations face when creating a successful cybersecurity policy compliance program. Here are 4 tips for a successful cybersecurity policy compliance program.
What characterizes a good cybersecurity policy? Learn the guidelines for what companies can do to improve their existing cybersecurity policies or create one from scratch.
Clear and concise cybersecurity compliance policies should be the first brick you lay in your cybersecurity foundation. Learn the concepts and definitions of cybersecurity policy compliance and its importance.