Passed into California law on June 28th, 2018, the CCPA is the strongest privacy legislation enacted in any state at the moment, giving more power to consumers in regards to their personal data. At its core, it aims to provide consumers with the right to know what information businesses collect about them, to tell a […]
DayBlink personnel embedded themselves with legacy shared services and the integration team, to develop a process map to clear aged intercompany balances while also identifying and eliminating deficiencies in the current process to allow for transition of back office services to the client.
Why do security awareness trainings fail to impact employee behavior, and how can nudging help? All too often, cybersecurity is perceived to be overwhelmingly technical in nature. However, Information Security professionals would be wise to keep in mind the words of security expert and cryptographer Bruce Schneier: “Only amateurs attack machines, professionals attack people”. Security […]
“Measurement is the first step that leads to control and eventually to improvement. If you can’t measure something, you can’t understand it. If you can’t understand it, you can’t control it. If you can’t control it, you can’t improve it.” H. James Harrington Velocity Overlooks Measurement In modern business, there has been an increase in […]
Keeping up with the Evolving Landscape The continued evolution of enterprise threats has made Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) consistently seek better opportunities and strategies to defend the perimeter and drive action given scarce resources. Pioneering CISOs capitalize on the opportunity to mitigate threats by optimizing their organizational structure in a manner where defensive and […]
As large organizations grow and mature, they will often find themselves facing similar challenges in proactive risk management and remediation – particularly in the realm of cybersecurity. While information technology companies have historically been the most aware of cybersecurity risk, they remain exposed to threats to their products, services, network, systems, and data. These organizations […]
The Five Temptations of a CEO For many executives the light is best in places like marketing, strategic planning, and finance – safe havens from the painful darkness of behavioral self-examination. Unfortunately they find little opportunity for meaningful improvement in these areas. Leadership is about motivating others to achieve superior results. It demands that individuals rise […]
If you were to spend just a few minutes in an executive meeting nowadays, you would be safe to assume that company culture would be a topic near the top of the agenda. It has become one of the hottest topics in Corporate America and many attribute that to the Millennial generation entering the workforce. […]