GDPR Compliance

Digital Privacy and Apple Pie

By Colleen Johnson, Senior Cyber Legal Analyst, Sera-Brynn Thoughts on the American perspective on privacy, its revolutionary origins, and that Gosh Darn Privacy Regulation, GDPR. Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis is often credited with articulating the American perspective on the right to privacy. It was 1890. He called it “the right to be let alone.”… Read more »

What Cybersecurity is Really About in 2018

By Rob Hegedus, CEO, Sera-Brynn It’s not about the technology, it’s about insurability. With the implementation of GDPR, the inevitable FAR-wide adoption of NIST 800-171 standards (already mandatory for Department of Defense contractors), and the latest news on cybersecurity legislation from New York and South Carolina, the global business community as a whole is slowly but… Read more »

U.S. Business Should Brace Itself for European Union Cybersecurity Rules

In the world of cybersecurity compliance, GDPR is the asteroid hurtling towards Earth. U.S. cybersecurity firm Sera-Brynn prepares to help industry avoid billions and billions in fines. SUFFOLK, VA – April 6, 2017 – Sera-Brynn, LLC, a top-ranked cybersecurity firm, announced the official launch of its latest offering: GDPR Compliance and Assessment Services. GDPR, shorthand… Read more »

GDPR Privacy by Design and by Default

“The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replaces the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC and was designed to harmonize data privacy laws across Europe, to protect and empower all EU citizens data privacy and to reshape the way organizations across the region approach data privacy.” – EUDGPR.org Privacy and greater control of data on EU citizens,… Read more »

Who Enforces GDPR Compliance?

One of the most talked about aspects of GDPR is GDPR compliance and non-compliance fines. They can be extraordinarily high – some as much as 4% of a business’ global revenue, or €20,000,000 whichever is higher. What’s not often discussed is how the GDPR regulation is going to be enforced – who is it that… Read more »

GDPR Enforcement: Fines As High As 4% of Your Global Revenue Are Real

There’s no shortage of data security rules, regulations and laws that businesses in the US have to contend with. It’s not uncommon for them to compare the cost of compliance vs the cost of fines and choose to pay the penalties of non-compliance. However, if you do business with member states of the EU and… Read more »