Daniel Tangney

The Benefits of Using PCI Compliance Software

Compyl PCI Compliance Automation Software

The world of compliance is always changing. Employees come and go, and policies change in response to regulatory scrutiny. If you want your financial service organization to thrive, you need software that can work at the speed of the financial world. You need a PCI compliance software engine that can automate your workflow and generate The Benefits of Using PCI Compliance Software

How To Maximize Your Mobile Payment Security

Compyl PCI DSS compliance solution

Mobile Payment Security: Protecting Your Customers and Your Organization Your cybersecurity compliance tasks may be managed by your chief information security officer, or you may have let this crucial task slide in favor of more pressing entrepreneurial matters. Maybe you haven’t had time to hire the right CISO, or perhaps you assume that your company How To Maximize Your Mobile Payment Security

Laying a Cyber Security Risk Management Plan

5 Elements of Effective Cyber Security Risk Management According to the Federal Reserve, cyber security issues are some of the most expensive and damaging risks to the financial market. As the financial system has become more digitized, there is greater potential for incidents to affect the market more broadly. These vulnerabilities in the financial sector Laying a Cyber Security Risk Management Plan

8 Ways Compliance Automation Saves You Time

Organizations today spend a lot of time and money implementing new strategies and overseeing compliance with cybersecurity policies, legislation, and regulations. Businesses in the financial sector specifically need to ensure that their operations are resilient to minimize the risk of extensive disruptions. Businesses face the threat of disruptions due to many factors, and effective cybersecurity 8 Ways Compliance Automation Saves You Time

True Compliance Automation, Beyond the Screenshots

“Compliance doesn’t have to SOC 2 much.”, a witty catchphrase used by an organization that some may regard as a standard for attaining SOC compliance. While the phrase makes sense, and there’s a belief that compliance should be painless, it should also be noted that compliance should also be understandable, comprehensive, and continuous. When trying True Compliance Automation, Beyond the Screenshots

Why Do CISOs Last Less than 2 Years in the Role?

The average duration of employment at an organization can change depending on who you ask. We have seen articles and stories depicting one year, two years, and even 26 months. But one thing is certain: the role with the highest turnover is CISO. There is a lot of speculation as to why, and oftentimes the Why Do CISOs Last Less than 2 Years in the Role?

Why Should Supply Chain Risk be a Key Focus Point?

We all depend on each other. One way or another, every single person, every business, and every organization, from the smallest one to hundreds of thousands of employees, are part of the global supply chain ecosystem. Regardless of being the local coffee shop getting the coffee beans from a local distributor or being a Fortune Why Should Supply Chain Risk be a Key Focus Point?

Risk is more than IT Security

Expanding the Reach of Risk for all Companies Much like the game of risk, in which the objective is to take political control and conquer the world, business risk requires some of the same methods to succeed. Not only do you need an army, but you need the capacity to highlight and show value to Risk is more than IT Security

Transitioning to the Updated ISO 27001:2022 Framework

What is the ISO 27001 Framework all about? Each day we see organizations push the boundaries of technology. With no sign of this slowing down, standards and policies must shape these evolving industries to ensure organizations remain secure as they move to the future. An organization can gain confidence as they scale by aligning with Transitioning to the Updated ISO 27001:2022 Framework

Critical Zero-day Remote Code Execution Vulnerability found in Atlassian Confluence

Atlassian has released a security advisory to address a remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2022-26134) affecting all Confluence Servers and Data Centers. Atlassian has confirmed that all supported versions of Confluence Server and Data Center are affected; however, currently, there are no fixed versions of the products available. The security advisory was released after security researchers Critical Zero-day Remote Code Execution Vulnerability found in Atlassian Confluence