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10 Examples Of HIPAA Violations [2024 Updated]: Avoid These Mistakes To Stay Compliant

HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) is a federal law that the U.S. passed in 1996 for the healthcare industry. Its main aim is to protect the privacy and security of a patient’s health information.  HIPAA has two main rules: the privacy rule and the security rule. The security rule enforces the privacy rule…

Compliance vs. Risk Management: 5 Key Differences & Top Tools For Each
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Compliance vs. Risk Management: 5 Key Differences & Top Tools For Each

A report by Bloomsberg states that companies are spending 6-10% of their revenue solely on compliance! Furthermore, over 50% of executives see cybercrime as a top five risk now and in the next three years, with concerns rising. The above statistics are pieces of evidence that in the absence of compliance, you can lose money…

Continuous compliance monitoring – Make compliance your default

Continuous compliance monitoring – Make compliance your default

Treating compliance as a point-in-time and one-and-done activity makes organizations reactive towards audits. Simply checking off compliance from a to-do list and closing the book leaves you vulnerable to a tangle of new risks emerging from both the rapidly changing cybersecurity landscape and as a consequence of growth.  Compliance is a state that you’ve continuously…

13 Best Penetration Testing Tools in 2024 [Pricing + Feature Comparison]
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13 Best Penetration Testing Tools in 2024 [Pricing + Feature Comparison]

In this digital era, an unthinkable amount of data is stored and handled across industries. A large chunk of this data is stored in cloud assets and these cloud assets are primary targets for bad actors and hackers.  While organizations use the boilerplate solutions recommended, is it enough to keep your organization protected? The only…

How to Get HIPAA Compliance for Startups (Free Guide)
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How to Get HIPAA Compliance for Startups (Free Guide)

Healthcare is a sector that cybercriminals have repeatedly targeted over the years due to its reliance on outdated software and the immense worth of its data, namely, people’s health information.  In fact, according to a Trustwave report, someone’s medical records can be sold for an astonishing $250 per record, while payment records only fetch an…

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