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Security Regulations Summary
Following are links to security information that may affect website design and/or may require website modifications. The GDPR is one of the strictest security policy and is being followed on this page because if you do business with anyone in the EU and surrounding areas, these rules apply to you. Further, the U.S. and individual states are adopting similar regulations and requirements. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.
In the U.S., security laws are currently being governed by individual states. This makes complying with security requirements very difficult. The best way to provide information on the various state laws is through this Summary of U.S. State Breach Laws.
8 States Enact New Breach Rules 10/31/18
New California Security Law 07/06/18
New York Security Laws 09/04/18
U.S. Department of Education New Reporting Regulations and Fines 02/16/18
How GDPR will affect websites in the United States and Elsewhere 02/07/18
GDPR EU (General Data Protection Regulation)
Begining May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will go into effect across Europe. The European Commision has created this regulation to strengthen the protection of European citizens’ personal information by implementing new rules and providing European citizens specific rights.
Google Places GDPR Compliance Liability on Companies and Individuals Using Google Analytics 05/02/18
GDPR Compliance & Your WordPress Website 05/23/18
What is GDPR and How Does it Affect SEO and Analytics? 05/02/18
Data and privacy breach notification plans as they relate to GDPR 04/30/18
UK to fine critical organizations up to $24M if they fail to put in strong cyber security 02/16/18
GDPR Will Affect Charities 01/02/18
The Impact of GDPR On Today’s Mobile Enterprise 12/07/17
What Does GDPR Mean for SEO? 11/16/17
GDPR Infographic 10/30/17
Is Your Business Ready for GDPR? This is a checklist of crucial considerations. 10/13/17
EU says it’ll pass online hate speech laws 09/29/17
1 in 5 Businesses Claim a Fine Wouldn’t Bother Them 09/07/17
Navigating GDPR in the Mobile Enterprise 09/05/17
What You Need to Know About How GDPR will Change Data Protection 08/31/17
How to Report a Data Breach Under the GDPR 08/11/17
UK New Data Protection Proposed New criminal offences will be created to deter organisations from either intentionally or recklessly creating situations where someone could be identified from anonymised data. 08/09/17
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