December 27, 2018
data privacy, GDPR compliance, CCPA, Personal Data Discovery, password, account, hack

Does ISO 27001 Certification Give You Immunity From GDPR Fines?

I was actually chuckling to myself as I wrote that title because I know you were thinking [the equivalent of] one of the following as you clicked on the link: If you have not read the GDPR: “That would be awesome!” If you have read the GDPR: “Don’t be so bloody stupid.” No, of course ISO 27001 certification won’t give you […]
December 10, 2018
data privacy, GDPR compliance, CCPA, Personal Data Discovery, password, account, hack, health

Privacy Shield Does NOT Equal GDPR Compliance

Once again, I will begin this blog with the caveat that I am NOT a privacy expert. However, even a single reading, some brief research, and little common sense makes it clear that Privacy Shield is more about keeping US-EU business moving than it is protecting the rights of data subjects. At least from the […]