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Three actions you should take to prepare for working from home during the coronavirus pandemic

Michael Lyons
March 27, 2020

The current coronavirus pandemic is a global public-health issue that will affect all businesses, from physical retail outlets to fully cloud-based technology companies. Cities and countries across the world have mandated or recommended that nonessential businesses cease their operations (at least in physical locations) and prepare for long stretches of quarantining. As a result, many organizations that are used to working out of a central headquarters must now quickly adapt to a team that works entirely from home.

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Aptible’s Response to COVID-19

Frank Macreery
March 14, 2020

Aptible's internal response to COVID-19 began on Monday, March 9, and we've been updating it every day since. As of Wednesday, March 11, all Aptible team members will be working from home, and all company travel has been suspended, until further notice. We will continue to update our policies as the situation changes, in order to promote the safety and well-being of our team, their families, and our customers.

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Michael Lyons

CCPA Compliance 101: Consumer Verification

Michael Lyons
February 6, 2020

Aptible’s CCPA Compliance Guide provides a useful overview of what CCPA compliance means for startups, and this blog post complements it by diving into a central topic of the CCPA: consumer-request verification. The CCPA is pretty specific about how you should verify the identity of a requester, and in this blog post we’ll outline the various ways in which you can verify a consumer’s identity.

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Michael Lyons

Creating a Risk Management Program from Scratch

Michael Lyons
February 3, 2020

Risk management is a crucial part of your Security Management program. It is the process of identifying, assessing, and mitigating the unique data security and privacy risks your organization faces. You should start the risk-management process after you settle on the scope of your Security Management program. This way, you can accurately determine what company-specific risks you might encounter. Until you scope your program, you won’t really know what you need to worry about.

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Michael Lyons

What Is Security Management and How Can I Use It to Transform My Business?

Michael Lyons
January 16, 2020

What Is Security Management?

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