In a bid to augment traditional IT security programs in the federal government and corporate America, President Donald Trump has signed an executive order that will foster greater reliance on IT Asset Management (ITAM) principles as America wages its war against cyber-attacks.
If Google Is Having GDPR Privacy Compliance Issues, Where Does That Leave Other U.S. Firms With Less Sophistication And Fewer Resources To Pay Fines? U.S. Companies With Strong IT Asset Management Programs Are Positioned Best Under EU GDPR … And Any Version Of GDPR Adopted In The U.S.
Requirement for “Data Protection Officers” Is Excellent Fit With IT Asset Managers’ Work.
As Hacking and Data Breaches Worsen, IT Asset Managers to be Called Upon to More Fully Join the Fight in New Year; Boost in Federal Role is Key Shift in Rise of ITAM.
Rapid Spread of “EULA” Is One-Way Street That Upends Decades of Negotiations With Software/Web Service Providers and Exposes Information Technology Asset Managers to Considerable Uncertainty, Risk.
Scandal Involving Major Companies, Pentagon, Congress, Homeland Security Illustrates Need for Proper ITAM Procedures; No Firm or Agency Gets a Pass Just Because the Global Supply Chain is Complex.
Google Drive is free, relatively easy to use, and available to everyone with a Gmail account. But Google Drive can be a “nightmare” for unwary businesses that fail to understand the associated risks and how to manage them.
With an estimated one out of eight emails that appear to come from federal government accounts actually being fraudulent, it is “totally unacceptable and a complete dereliction of duty to taxpayers” that 45% of federal agency email domains have failed to meet a deadline to install anti-spoofing software, according to Dr. Barbara Rembiesa, president and CEO of IAITAM.
“Zero Confidence”: Group Says No-Bid $7.1 Million Contract With Credit Agency After Multiple Breaches Is “An Inexcusable Lapse”; “The Prospect of This Happening Should Horrify Any Elected Official”
Equifax Was Not Failed by One Employee; Instead, the Company Let Down 145 Million Customers by Failing to Put Proper ITAM Systems and Controls in Place
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