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Because of the slow pace of federal policymaking, companies must rely on state legislators for guidance to protect consumer data. But privacy regulation at the state level has its challenges.
Consumer data usage in the U.S. is currently governed by a patchwork of privacy legislation that can't keep up with the digital marketplace and leaves consumers at risk. A consumer bill of rights could be the first step to address this problem.
Companies are increasingly turning to liability coverage to protect data assets, but questions remain for the nascent cybersecurity insurance industry.
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An educational testing service firm gives high marks to an off-the-shelf security management tool to protect student data.
The underlying legal issues for SaaS contracts can be ticking time bombs if you don't pay attention to the details.
Before working with multiple cloud providers, evaluate their services for compute, storage, security and more.
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Bring your own device is a common practice, and now bring your own network is on the scene -- whether IT likes it or not.
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A typical OpenStack deployment is still for 'net new' workloads outside of the world's largest enterprises, but some big names have started to show off their use of OpenStack.
Users praise Jenkins 2.0 making continuous delivery pipelines more accessible, but the upgrade process may take a bit of tinkering to complete.
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