The Blogs
It’s Your Right. Do it Right.

You know the feeling, the one that is a nagging doubt, that itch that won’t quieten down? You know, when you’ve just pulled an all nighter to finish the project by the deadline, but that itch is still there, because something is missing. I’ve experienced that way too much recently, and according to my therapist, […]

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Dear CISO: Partial Inventory is No Inventory at All

  GDPR started it and others followed. Unlike with other sensitive data assets that we as CISOs need to manage, it’s now quite clear what is expected of us regarding personal data. After analyzing all these expectations (more like requirements) and merging them into practical actions, the only practical solution is to create a central […]

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Cybertech Tel Aviv 2019: The Pregame Show

We asked our staff who will be at Cybertech what they are most looking forward to at Cybertech Tel Aviv 2019: Zak Rubinstein, CEO: “I think the most exciting thing when I go to these conferences is meeting customers and investors. With how busy this industry is, it’s nice to take some time and really […]

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sensitive data subjects, overview, database, management
Dear CISO: Where to Look for Personal Data

Dear CISO, It has come to my attention that recent regulations require us to manage personal data in a very specific way. I trust that the security teams that report to you are now managing sensitive data such as our customer info in a very controlled way, backed up by an effective security policy. Please […]

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Daniel Zacks, data privacy, GDPR compliance, CCPA, Personal Data Discovery, GDPR
C is For Cookie and Compliance

I was checking out a certain website the other night (which I won’t call out here) when a peculiar message popped up. I’ve noticed many different layouts and versions of “Our website uses third-party tracking and cookies, to learn about it click here”, but this one was in its own category. The main message of […]

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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 […]

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