Author(s): Chris Moschovitis
Published Feb 2021
Privacy, Regulations, and Cybersecurity: The Essential Business Gd
Protect business value, stay compliant with global regulations, and meet stakeholder demands with this privacy how-to
Privacy, Regulations, and Cybersecurity: The Essential Business Guide is your guide to understanding what “privacy” really means in a corporate environment: how privacy is different from cybersecurity, why privacy is essential for your business, and how to build privacy protections into your overall cybersecurity plan.
First, author Chris Moschovitis walks you through our evolving definitions of privacy, from the ancient world all the way to the General Law on Data Protection (GDPR). He then explains—in friendly, accessible language—how to orient your preexisting cybersecurity program toward privacy, and how to make sure your systems are compliant with current regulations.
This book—a sequel to Moschovitis’ well-received Cybersecurity Program Development for Business—explains which regulations apply in which regions, how they relate to the end goal of privacy, and how to build privacy into both new and existing cybersecurity programs. Keeping up with swiftly changing technology and business landscapes is no easy task. Moschovitis provides down-to-earth, actionable advice on how to avoid dangerous privacy leaks and protect your valuable data assets.
- Learn how to design your cybersecurity program with privacy in mind
- Apply lessons from the GDPR and other landmark laws
- Remain compliant and even get ahead of the curve, as privacy grows from a buzzword to a business must
- Learn how to protect what’s of value to your company and your stakeholders, regardless of business size or industry
- Understand privacy regulations from a business standpoint, including which regulations apply and what they require
- Think through what privacy protections will mean in the post-COVID environment
Whether you’re new to cybersecurity or already have the fundamentals, this book will help you design and build a privacy-centric, regulation-compliant cybersecurity program.