Fresh Fall Article Roundup for IAM Professionals

September 8, 2021

This week, we explore the latest installment of our Pre-Breach mistakes series, discuss the state of data privacy in the US (and why it matters), as well as the usual updates for ransomware, malware, and other threat actor attacks... As always, Idenhaus is helping to keep you up to date.

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Fresh Fall Article Roundup for Identity Access and Management Professionals


5 Common Pre-Breach Mistakes, Mistake Number Five: Poor Insurance Planning via Idenhaus

Insurance planning isn't always about being covered for everything, it is about being able to cover the right things. Learn more in this installment of our series on Pre-Breach Mistakes.

The SEC Exposed Cybersecurity’s Fatal Flaw — Executive Resistance To Bad News via Forbes

As companies chase emerging cybersecurity threats, regulators are increasingly scrutinizing breach disclosure speed, accuracy and informativeness.

The State of Consumer Data Privacy Laws in the US (And Why It Matters) via New York Times

As the data of connected devices is sold and shared—and hacked—deciding what risks you’re comfortable with is a necessary part of making an informed choice.

Critical Infrastructure Warrants Mandatory Safeguards and Sufficient Funding via GCN

Numerous high-profile cybersecurity breaches over the past year have changed the way we think about infrastructure, prompting a reevaluation of what must be done to protect the assets that ensure national security and the resources that safeguard our competitiveness as a nation.

How Congress and NIST Can Help Organizations Better Manage Cyber Risk via Lawfare Blog

As Congress reauthorizes NIST, lawmakers should answer security experts’ recommendation that NIST’s cybersecurity framework and best practices be prioritized and evaluated in a meaningful way to help organizations better manage cybersecurity risks.

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