FTC Releases Cyber Security Guide
Announces Road Show on Security for Start-Ups
I have often said one of the best guides for cyber security practices is past FTC consent decrees. The FTC has now package a guidebook for business – Start with Security: A Guide for Business – that summarizes lessons learned from the more than 50 data security settlements. The guidebook synthesizes the lessons into 10 common-sense lessons that apply to businesses of all sizes and in all sectors.
The FTC also announced it would hold workshops in San Francisco and Austin to promote Security for Start-Ups. Details are below.
Start with Security – San Francisco
SEP 9, 2015
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA HASTINGS COLLEGE OF THE LAW
Alumni Reception Center, 200 McAllister St., San Francisco, CA 94102
The FTC’s first “Start With Security” conference is scheduled for September 9, 2015, in San Francisco, and is co-sponsored by the University of California Hastings College of the Law. It is part of a business education initiative designed to provide companies with practical resources to help them implement effective data security strategies.
Aimed at start-ups and developers, this event will bring together experts to provide information on security by design, common security vulnerabilities, strategies for secure development, and vulnerability response. “Start with Security” will run from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. The event is free and open to the public. No pre-registration is necessary.
Start with Security – Austin
NOV 5, 2015
315 Red River Street, Austin, TX 7871
The FTC’s second “Start With Security” event will take place on November 5, 2015, in Austin, Texas, and will be co-sponsored by the University of Texas Robert S. Strauss Center for International Security and Law.
This one-day conference will continue the FTC’s work to provide companies with practical tips and strategies for implementing effective data security.
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