Data Privacy Laws for Encryption
Data Privacy regulations and compliance are becoming a driving force behind the need for Encryption, Tokenization, and Masking. In 2018, Organizations are dealing with threats from cyber-attacks at an all-time high yet now; organizations must adhere to the latest laws and regulations set nationally and globally. Further regulations and compliance are on their way, but current guidelines set in place already are affecting all industries that will face major fines if not met. Many of these guidelines are regarding private data protection at rest, data in use, and data in motion. As of 2018, all 50 U.S. states, as well as the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands have passed Data Privacy laws. Organizations operating within the U.S must now also comply with European regulations. The EU has implemented the most recent General Data Protection Regulation enforced in May of 2018. By the usage of encryption procedures and technologies, organizations will be able to adhere to the many complex data privacy and security regulations while bolstering their overall security from cyber attacks.
The table below exemplifies how these technologies can help you meet the requirements: