While cyber liability losses and privacy claims continue to rise, a new exposure has arisen. Hackers have determined that due to the increased sophistication in computer security, it may be easier to manipulate an individual rather than a machine.
As the realities of digital change, evolve, and grow, the CIO position has become more critical. The CIO as “IT operator” is a construct of the past. The role has evolved to include business strategy co-creator, change instigator, and innovator.
Jerry Gagne, CPA, CISA, Principal – Wolf & Company, P.C.
Wednesday, March 6, 2019
Almost every day there are stories in the news about another security breach, another fraud warning, or another regulatory fine for lack of security. Join us as we highlighted the top 10 IT security gaps and what you can do about them.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)—which comes into force on January 1, 2020—is one of the most significant regulations overseeing the data-collection practices of companies in the United States. Other states are expected to follow California’s lead.
No matter your industry, your company is a data company and for that reason, we are in a post-data world. Gen Z—your future customers and future employees—are already digital and they control over $100 billion in consumer spending today.
Does your company handle data analytics to target California consumers? If so, it is imperative that you pay close attention to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) that goes into effect on January 1, 2020.