We can help you achieve security best practices that meet the requirements of the California Senate Bill No.1386.
Safeguarding the confidentiality, integrity and availability of personal information is now a legal requirement for organisations that have customers in California. California Senate Bill No.1386 mandates that all state entities, people or businesses that conduct business or have customers who live in California notify their customers of any breach of security to their records.
These organisations are also required to demonstrate due diligence in protecting customer databases from internal and external threats and unauthorised access, including those that could occur through online systems and networks. This level of security is necessary to ensure companies maintain data integrity and privacy for employees, customers and shareholders.
IBM Internet Security Systems (ISS) is prepared to help.
As a recognised leader in products and services that protect online assets, Internet Security Systems has demonstrated continued success helping public organisations achieve security best practices that meet the requirements of the California Senate Bill No.1386 in a timely and efficient process.
The ISS Approach to Security Best Practices
In order to streamline security and help achieve security best practices for California Senate Bill No.1386, ISS leverages a five-step process that identifies and analyses gaps in the current security state compared to requirements for security best practices. We then design and help implement solutions to close those gaps and ensure ongoing conformity.
Learn more about our five-step process (ADDME).