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Issue 02/2020

Eight things organizations should do to ensure compliance with cyber security regulations

International standards can provide guidance and support for complying with regulations such as Europe’s GDPR or California’s CCPA

An organization’s legal responsibilities have always depended on its geographical location or, sometimes, the geographical origins of the data, but the world is becoming a smaller place. The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), for example, has transformed the way data is treated everywhere, as businesses opt to avoid the additional costs of managing different data regimes. Comparable laws giving local residents more control over their data are starting to come into effect in other countries. For example, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) gives their residents the power to demand the deletion of information.  

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Issue 07/2017

Cyber security for the modern grid

Protecting the keystone of critical infrastructure from cyber threats is an absolute priority

Mitigating risk and anticipating attack vulnerabilities on utility grids and systems are not just about installing technology, but also about understanding risk.

Issue 04/2017

Effective testing for hazardous substances in electronic equipment

Manufacturers use international IECEE service to show compliance

Electrical and electronic equipment is part of our lives, from televisions, fridges and other appliances, to computers, printers and mobile phones.