About the Webinar
Dec 5, 2017
Risk management, compliance, and security are a shared burden between your organization and your vendors. Standards such as NIST (Publication 500-292) and regulations like HIPAA and PCI-DSS provide considerations for compliance and security but do not account for the nuances of your unique business or your infrastructure. Guidelines are written as though one party is responsible for compliance and security, but you rely on multiple vendors. Outsourcing can lead to ambiguous delegation of compliance responsibilities, lack of data governance and security practices, and difficulty in achieving data protection—ultimately risking non-compliance and leaving your infrastructure vulnerable.
Join our expert panel as they share insights into closing the gap on who’s responsible for what in data security and best practices for improving your security posture.
Takeaways and Learning Objectives
- Who owns the responsibility of compliance and security?
- How to find and mitigate hidden risks in a 3rd party ecosystem
- How to map your requirements to owners, policies, and controls
- Expert recommendations for PCI, HIPAA, FERPA, FISMA and beyond