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  • Schellman listed as one of the first PCI Software Security Framework Assessors

    Schellman listed as one of the first PCI Software Security Framework Assessors

    Schellman & Company has become one of the first firms in the industry to offer PCI Software Security Framework (SSF) assessments as a Secure Software and a Secure SLC Assessor.

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  • CCPA - Updated Draft Regulations

    CCPA - Updated Draft Regulations

    The CCPA went live on January 1, 2020. The California Attorney General (AG) has issued the second and third versions of draft CCPA regulations, following two periods of public comment.

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  • What Scoring is Required to Obtain HITRUST Certification?

    What Scoring is Required to Obtain HITRUST Certification?

    Oftentimes, organizations that are just starting their HITRUST journey will ask what they need to score in order to be HITRUST certified and just how that scoring process works.

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  • COVID-19 and SSAE 18: What Does This Mean for Your SOC Preparedness

    COVID-19 and SSAE 18: What Does This Mean for Your SOC Preparedness

    Hopefully this writing finds you well and adjusting to perhaps the most serious health-related situation in many a lifetime. Perhaps it may find you contemplating preparedness in specific ways.

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  • An Empowered Woman

    An Empowered Woman

    As a child, I never could have pinpointed that I would end up as President of Schellman & Company. Professionally, I have achieved a lot, but I also hold another very important role as a mother.

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  • COVID- 19 Update: Compliance Reliance

    COVID- 19 Update: Compliance Reliance

    As we face this rapidly evolving and fluid health emergency related to coronavirus disease COVID-19 we want to acknowledge the many concerns across the business and technology community.

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  • New York SHIELD Act

    New York SHIELD Act

    Companies that collect or process personal information about New York residents have likely heard of New York’s Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act - the SHIELD Act.

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  • How To Patch Your Open Source Software Vulnerabilities

    How To Patch Your Open Source Software Vulnerabilities

    It's up to enterprises to quickly deploy patches to secure software before hackers get in.

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  • Tech Industry Occupies Front Line on Coronavirus Battleground

    Tech Industry Occupies Front Line on Coronavirus Battleground

    The coronavirus is posing global threats that are challenging businesses worldwide forcing them to put new policies and practices into place to prepare for and communicate with their workforces.

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  • What the Coronavirus Means to Your ISO Audit

    What the Coronavirus Means to Your ISO Audit

    You’re probably aware of a new strain of virus that is manifesting all around the globe, one that has you contemplating hiding under that aforementioned rock for your own health.

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  • California Privacy Law: Its Impact on Businesses

    California Privacy Law: Its Impact on Businesses

    A sweeping consumer privacy law went into effect in 2020 in the state of California but it seems many businesses are still not yet ready to comply.

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  • 5 Common Pitfalls when Pursuing FedRAMP Authorization

    5 Common Pitfalls when Pursuing FedRAMP Authorization

    What are the common reasons CSPs fail to achieve a FedRAMP Authority to Operate ATO in a timely manner?

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  • What I Learned at Career Day

    What I Learned at Career Day

    Talking with 4th graders on security testing, online safety, and job skills for infosec.

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  • Why Diversity is a Terrible Goal for Black Professionals

    Why Diversity is a Terrible Goal for Black Professionals

    While it’s true that life and the American experience has tremendously improved for most black Americans since the Civil Rights Movement, there remains much opportunity for continued progress.

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  • The Three-Sphere Circus of Compliance

    The Three-Sphere Circus of Compliance

    When wrestling with compliance requirements CISOs often feel like they are a performer in the middle of a three-ring circus trying to juggle spheres of compliance.

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  • Locking up the 'internet of things'

    Locking up the 'internet of things'

    A wide range of internet of things connected devices are now required to include reasonable and appropriate cybersecurity measures under a California law that went into effect Jan 1.

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  • Home Safe: 20 Cybersecurity Tips for Your Remote Workers

    Home Safe: 20 Cybersecurity Tips for Your Remote Workers

    Dark Reading recently asked a number of security experts for the most important advice they'd tell IT departments to impart to their remote workers.

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  • What is IoT? - The Internet of Things

    What is IoT? - The Internet of Things

    Though machines have been communicating with other machines for decades the term of IoT wasn’t coined until 1999. IoT consists of any device that is connected through the Internet to other devices.

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  • Clock Runs Out for Windows 7 Holdouts: Upgrade or Replace?

    Clock Runs Out for Windows 7 Holdouts: Upgrade or Replace?

    After 10 years of fully supporting Windows 7 Microsoft ended its official support for the out-of-date operating system. Consumers who have not upgraded to Windows 10 become part of attack vector.

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  • Protecting your Domain with DMARC

    Protecting your Domain with DMARC

    It has never been easier to establish an online presence and having your domain is key. When managing DNS records users should stay up to date with regards to safeguarding their domain's reputation.

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