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What is Supply Chain Compliance?

Most companies sit in the middle of a supply chain. So, if your business wants to reduce the chance that one or more of your vendors could expose you to security, financial, or other risks, ...
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What is COBIT?

Control Objectives for Information and Related Technologies (COBIT) is an internationally recognized IT governance framework published by the Information Systems Audit and Control Associatio ...
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What is Data Governance?

Data governance is the collection of policies and practices that an organization uses to assure that it can use its data assets effectively and efficiently to achieve its business goals. ...
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What are the CCPA Categories of Personal Information?

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the United States’s strictest and most comprehensive data privacy law, has the broadest definition of “personal information” of any law in e ...
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What is a Data Retention Policy?

A data retention policy is a company’s established protocol for keeping records for a set period. It may also be called a records retention policy or backup retention policy. The goal is t ...
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What is a FedRAMP Certification?

Cloud service providers (CSPs) that want to compete for U.S. federal government contracts must first obtain FedRAMP certification — akin to a seal of approval from the federal government, ...
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What’s the relationship between COBIT and TOGAF?

Regarding enterprise architecture frameworks, The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) and Control Objectives for Information and Related Technologies (COBIT) complement each other to g ...
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What are the Penalties for Violating the CCPA?

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) can be expensive to break, with several ways that regulators and the public can bring actions seeking financial damages against a company that has ...
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