The change and evolution of growing security breaches remain an ongoing threat to the privacy of every organization’s clients. Caught between progression and changing landscapes, technology has evolved rapidly for even the most advanced corporates to keep ahead.
Bharti AXA General Insurance wanted to meet the IRDAI requirements on cyber and information security guidelines and to establish the managed security from India Data Centers. Bharti AXA general Insurance implemented a IT DC transition project which was a green filed Security stack project (built up from scratch), solution and implemented as per industry standards and security best practices. The implementation of regulatory requirement along with the new Security Stack for the IT DC transition project was the strategic projects led by Atyam.
At RRD, Karthik Shankar led a cross-functional team in order to comply with data protection regulations. The team was responsible for delivering an action plan based on the data privacy principles.
Lopa Mudraa Basuu developed investor reporting audit support model for enterprise IT of OCWEN by re-engineering IT risk management program through fine-tuning and bringing in different investor IT controls requirements under a single umbrella.
Dharampal Satyapal had requirement for a security solution which covers web content filtering, data leak prevention, employee forensics, employee productivity and behavior monitoring, enforced encryption on external devices such as USBs, external hard disk drives for all remote locations. The organization also had a challenge to address all this aspects of information security in single cloud solution to avoid extra bandwidth utilization between datacenter and remote locations. For this, DS implemented InDefend integrated Data Privacy solution.
Underwriting cyber risk remains more art than science, but in the absence of regulation, cyber insurance might still be the best hope for improving cybersecurity practices across the board — at least for now.
This year China quietly released the final version of a new data privacy standard that goes even further than the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and places EU and Chinese data legislation on a far more level footing than American data law.
Over the last few years, the key buzzword has been cybersecurity, thanks to the number of breaches and vulnerabilities that have occurred.
Australian software-as-a-service provider, PageUp on Tuesday finally admitted that customer data was “probably” accessed following a data breach last month.
The ministry of electronics and IT has written to NPCI asking further details about the digital payment service being tested by the global messaging app owned by Facebook.