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Meet Stringent California Information Security Legislation with Comprehensive Toolkit

Three years ago, California state IT council adopted the information security program guide which help organizations to comply with SB 1386. The council advised the use of information security standard ISO 27002 framework to comply and meet the needs of SB 1386. This legislation deals with the security of personal information and is applicable to […]

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2010 Compliance Laws

Image by purpleslog via FlickrIn 2010 there will be two important compliance laws introduced which will affect the majority of North American organizations and many global organization too. 45 US States followed California when they introduced “SB1386“, the Security Breach Information Act, which has specific and restrictive privacy breach reporting requirements. From the 1st January […]

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Security breach and notification

Image by victoriabernal via Flickr California was the first state in the nation to pass a data breach notification law in 2003, and it’s now planning to broaden the notification for companies doing business in the state. Notification will require specific information about the breach to the consumer and send notices to the state authorities […]

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SB1386 and ISO27002

In April 20007, California state IT council adopted the information security program guide which help organizations to comply with SB 1386. The council advised the use of information security standard ISO 27002 framework to comply and meet the needs of SB 1386. [Table = 13] Which businesses are affected by SB 1386 law? o If […]

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vsRisk and security risk assessment

Information Security Risk Management for ISO27001 / ISO27002 The State of California has adopted ISO/IEC 27002 as its standard for information security and recommends other organizations and vendors to use this standard as guidance in their efforts to comply with California law. To achieve an ongoing compliance, major organizations require tools to comply with standard […]

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