New “Basic Assessment” Is a Bridge to CMMC for Defense ContractorsThe Department of Defense (DoD) continues to enhance cybersecurity requirements in its supply chain. A new rule requires some contractors to assign a numerical score to their current cybersecurity practices. Additionally, the rule begins rolling out requirements for all defense contractors to have their cybersecurity certified by a third party.

For years, the gold standard

Privacy at the Polls: Portland, Maine Votes to Ban Facial Recognition TechnologyWhile the nation waits for the results of the presidential race to be tallied, across the country local and statewide referendums on privacy issues have been decided. In Portland, Maine voters approved a ballot measure to ban the use of facial recognition technology by local police and city agencies. Portland joins other cities such as

Gaining Momentum Outside California: Former Presidential Candidate Named Chair of CPRA Advocacy Group Advisory BoardWhen California voters head to the polls on November 3, 2020, they will decide whether to approve Proposition 24 — the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). If approved, the act would establish new privacy rights stronger than the recently enacted landmark California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

Last week, the effort to approve the CPRA gained

3 Cyber Insurance Steps Critical to Cyber-Risk ManagementCyber-related privacy and security risks continue to evolve like the hydra from Greek mythology. Once one threat has been addressed, two new threats seem to appear. Even the most well-prepared among us must remain vigilant in the war to maintain data security. And any business – no matter how large or small – needs a