High-profile data breaches expose breached companies to intense negative scrutiny from lawmakers, regulators, media, customers and plaintiffs’ attorneys. But not every data breach is a headline-grabbing theft of consumer credit card data – and small breaches cannot be ignored. Effective information risk management to prevent data leaks, the unauthorized transfer of information to the outside world, and security breach incidents requires a top-driven coordinated information security compliance program that is implemented on a company-wide basis. In a guest article, Jesse M. Brody, a partner at Manatt Phelps & Phillips, provides ten immediate steps companies should take to prevent data leaks and larger breach events.
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Global Editor-in-Chief Rebecca Hughes Parker spoke to Lisa Fine, podcast host and compliance director, Americas, at Pearson, about the biggest trends in compliance, the growth of the Cybersecurity Law Report and the Anti-Corruption Report, and the challenges women face in the workplace. The podcast is available on iTunes, or by searching for “Great Women in Compliance” on any podcast player.