April 10, 2018 News
An intelligent security policy coupled with the right technology can set you up for success with BYOD. By 2020, 90% of global enterprises will have implemented business processes that depend on a mobile device, according to Gartner. From both a security and a compliance perspective, this makes data governance more difficult. The bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend is not about the mingling of corporate and personal devices, operating systems, and data for the convenience of employees; it's a true business benefit that can be achieved only when policy and technology work together.
April 6, 2018 News
A Corporate Compliance Insights article written by Peter Merkulov recently caught my eye because of its breakdown of the hard costs of compliance – and noncompliance. The title is “The True Cost of Compliance,” and the subject is the December 2017 report issued by Globalscape and Ponemon Institute called “The True Cost of Compliance with Data Protection Regulations.”
April 6, 2018 News
A Corporate Compliance Insights article written by Peter Merkulov recently caught my eye because of its breakdown of the hard costs of compliance – and noncompliance. The title is “The True Cost of Compliance,” and the subject is the December 2017 report issued by Globalscape and Ponemon Institute called “The True Cost of Compliance with Data Protection Regulations.”
April 2, 2018 News
Based on a recent report by research firm the Ponemon Institute and security company Globalscape, the annual cost of non-compliance to businesses now runs an average of $14.8 million, a 45% increase since 2011. The range can be anywhere from $2.2 million to $39.2 million. The cost of compliance, on the other hand, was found to average $5.5 million, up 43% from 2011.
April 2, 2018 News
For many companies, especially those in highly regulated industries such as financial services and healthcare, ensuring compliance with a growing number of government and industry regulations can be a nuisance and a drain on already strained resources. The costs of not complying can be extremely steep, however. Recent research indicates that failure to comply has become more costly than ever for organizations, far exceeding the costs of compliance. In other words, it makes good business sense to ensure compliance with all relevant regulations.

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