What is a SOX Control?

SOX is short for the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, a U.S. federal law that requires public companies to establish and evaluate a set of internal controls over financial reporting, to assure that inves ...
June 26, 2023

Proactive vs. Reactive Risk Management Strategies

In a difficult economic climate, a company's odds of survival depend on how skillfully it manages risk. A well-rounded risk management strategy can help companies stay in business longer bec ...
May 11, 2023

What are the Penalties for Violating the CCPA?

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) can be an expensive law to break, with several ways that regulators and the public can bring actions seeking financial damages against a company th ...
January 23, 2023

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. ...
January 10, 2023

What are NIST Framework Controls?

December 22, 2022

How Much Does a SOC 2 Audit Cost?

Every SOC 2 (System and Organization Controls for Service Organizations) audit is unique, which means that one can't give a single, universal estimate on the cost of such an audit. The answe ...
December 7, 2022

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, t ...
July 28, 2022

What is the Purpose of NIST?

What Is the Purpose of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework? Strong cybersecurity is paramount for organizations in every industry - and the best way to implement a robust cybersecurity program ...
July 1, 2022
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