Author: Allison Torres Burtka / Source: Associations Now
The International Association of Privacy Professionals is launching the IAPP-RADAR Incident Response Center to help members stay on top of data breaches and applicable laws.
Keeping up with frequently changing state, federal, and international data breach laws is difficult. The International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) is launching a tool called the IAPP-RADAR Incident Response Center to help its members stay abreast of these laws and ensure compliance. The tool, which is free to members, is powered by RADAR, Inc., an incident response management and decision-support solution provider.
“If you are a company on the internet and have customers in 15 states and three countries,” knowing your responsibilities in the event of a data breach can be confusing, said Sam Pfeifle, IAPP’s publications director. The Incident Response Center gives members access to all the regulations in an easily searchable format, and it updates them as laws are changed or added.
The tool keeps members informed about breach-notification laws and their…
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