Category Archives: Compliance

The New Frontier of Online Accessibility: 508 Compliance Standards and What They Mean for You

John Conover — June 29, 2018 — June 29, 2018 Change in the broad space of the internet is like a constantly revolving door. One minute you’re wondering if the investment is worth it. The next minute, you’re in the market for a site revamp because, just like fashion, trends change. Then, thanks to tablets … Continue reading The New Frontier of Online Accessibility: 508 Compliance Standards and What They Mean for You

Five Questions to Ask When a Customer or Partner Asks You to Become Compliant

Kevin Durkin — May 9, 2017 — May 9, 2017 If you operate in a regulated industry, or have customers or partners who do, being compliant is non-negotiable. If regulatory requirements mandate compliance, you’ll be required to produce certain evidence in order to be certifiably compliant. And in order for many customers to do business … Continue reading Five Questions to Ask When a Customer or Partner Asks You to Become Compliant

Budgeting for a Compliance Audit: A Practical Framework

by Anthony AlvesSeptember 21, 2016 Companies can easily underestimate the investment required to meet compliance. Thinking compliance is a one-and-done activity that you can skate by with minimal spend only sets you up for unpleasant surprises later on. Compliance can be a long, drawn-out process, involving everyone including HR, finance, security, and leadership. So it’s … Continue reading Budgeting for a Compliance Audit: A Practical Framework

Why Is PCI Compliance Important for Every Merchant?

by Sandra Wrobel-Konior Follow @sandriczAugust 27, 2016 PCI compliance is mandatory for every eCommerce merchant that accepts credit or debit card payments on their website. All information entered by customers is sensitive data, so it must be well-protected. The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) provides steps that all merchants who process card … Continue reading Why Is PCI Compliance Important for Every Merchant?

The Cost of Non-Compliance: Putting a Price on Privacy

by Rachel Serpa February 9, 2016 Follow @gigyaFebruary 9, 2016 With the invalidation of the EU-US Safe Harbor agreement in October 2015, privacy compliance has been top of mind for businesses and consumers alike. Focus on privacy can only be expected to intensify with constantly evolving policies being put into place by various lawmakers, social … Continue reading The Cost of Non-Compliance: Putting a Price on Privacy