CCPA Compliance

When the European Union ratified its General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) standards in 2016, it sent a shockwave through much of the world. Any business that handled the data of an EU resident would have to comply by the time the law went into effect two years later. But it also created an expectation that…

Cybersecurity Best Practices: 7 Ways to Secure Your Data in 2020

Did you know that 44% of businesses plan to increase tech spend in 2020? In fact, Gartner predicted that global spending on cybersecurity would reach $170.4 billion by 2022. Given the onslaught of cybercrime in recent years, the birth of smarter criminals, and ever-evolving regulations, there’s no surprise why enterprises keep upgrading their IT priorities.…

accessiBe: AI Powered Compliance Software You Can Set and Forget

You must make sure that your website is accessible to handicapped individuals. It turns out this is more than a social responsibility these days. Ignore these requirements and face a possible lawsuit or at the least get a demand letter. And don’t forget about the possible loss of business. Enter accessiBe. This software uses one…

‘This doesn’t sound right’: Mastercard’s CEO ditched Facebook’s Libra after multiple...

Drew Angerer/Getty ImagesMastercard's CEO withdrew from Facebook's Libra over concerns about compliance, making money, and wallets, he told the Financial Times. Ajay Banga dropped out because Libra's leaders wouldn't commit to observing laws, he couldn't see how the digital currency would make money, and he was shocked by Facebook's plan to store the coins in…

Meet the 21 power players behind Microsoft 365, the mega-bundle of...

BI Prime This story requires our BI Prime membership. To read the full article, simply click here to claim your deal and get access to all exclusive Business Insider PRIME content. Microsoft is preparing a big executive shake-up, according to a memo obtained by Business Insider.Included in the reorganization are the executives behind Microsoft 365.Microsoft…

The startup accelerator that launched Airbnb and Dropbox rejected 3 founders...

Here's the application that got InEvent into Y Combinator. COMPANYCompany name:InEventCompany url, if any:inevent.usIf you have a demo, what's the url? For non-software, demo can be a video.(Please don't password protect it; just use an obscure url.)https://youtu.be/25stHHHoickDescribe your company in 50 characters or less.Enterprise all in one event marketing SaaSWhat is your company going to…

These are the 15 buzziest cannabis startups to bet on in...

BI Prime This story requires our BI Prime membership. To read the full article, simply click here to claim your deal and get access to all exclusive Business Insider PRIME content. We asked some of the top cannabis investors to tell us which startups they're most excited about in 2020. We took that list and…

31 hot logistics startups that are set to soar in 2020,...

BI Prime This story requires our BI Prime membership. To read the full article, simply click here to claim your deal and get access to all exclusive Business Insider PRIME content. Logistics is changing quickly.And, along with big players, a host of startups is overtaking the $1.6 trillion industry.We asked leading venture capitalists who specialize…

3M just got hit with a trifecta of negative news. Here’s...

Koen van Weel/AFP/Getty ImagesFrom litigation to job cuts, 3M announced a slew of bad news Tuesday. After Boeing halted 737 Max production, aerospace suppliers are struggling this quarter, The Wall Street Journal reported. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Bad news came all at once for jack-of-all-trades conglomerate 3M Co. Tuesday. The company's stock plummeted…

Twitter Ran Ads for Human Organs Because Money Is Money

Photo: GettyAside from pockets of overt racism, one of the more weirdly unpleasant corners of Twitter comes from its “promoted” content. What ostensibly started as a tool for big-name brands to drive the “reach” and “impact” of whatever message they might be promoting, it’s since devolved into another kind of marketing tool that’s just kind…

Financial institutions have been hit with noncompliance fines worth $36 billion...

This story was delivered to Business Insider Intelligence Fintech Pro subscribers earlier this morning.To get this story plus others to your inbox each day, hours before they're published on Business Insider, click here.From the financial crisis to the end of 2019, financial institutions (FIs) racked up fines worth $36 billion globally for noncompliance regarding anti-money…

Two years ago Microsoft launched a special program to help startups...

Microsoft for Startups is Microsoft's program for enterprise startups that gives them access to use Microsoft's Azure cloud, helps them sell to business customers and gives them access to Microsoft's customer base.On Thursday, Microsoft for Startups announced it will give startups access to GitHub Enterprise and Microsoft Power Platform.Microsoft for Startups is also a way…

Twitter Ran Ads For Human Organs Because Money Is Money

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The CEO of analytics startup X1 used this pitch deck to...

This story requires our BI Prime membership. To read the full article, simply click here to claim your deal and get access to all exclusive Business Insider PRIME content. Los Angeles startup X1 helps businesses keep track of "data in the wild," from inappropriate emails and photos to sensitive company information being shared improperly by…

‘I Never Thought It Could Happen to Me’ — How to...

Pyramids, Ponzis and beyond; beware the things we don't think about that can do us in. Grow Your Business, Not Your Inbox Stay informed and join our daily newsletter now! Will be used in accordance with our Privacy Policy Image credit: NurPhoto | Getty Images Elizabeth Holmes, founder and former CEO of Theranos. January 27,…

Keeping rats out of kitchens and bedbugs out of hotels

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Getting rid of pests is big business When construction work disturbed a pack of rats near his commercial kitchen business in County Wicklow, Ireland, Shane Bonner knew he needed a savvier approach to pest control. His existing contract, which used a no-frills bait box and regular site inspections, was…

Need a new tablet, laptop, or monitor? These Samsung devices are...

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Image: samsung / mashable composite By Haley HenschelMashable Shopping2020-02-04 17:06:59 UTC If you didn't know better, you'd think Black Friday and Cyber Monday were right around the corner. Retailers normally save their steepest discounts on electronics 'til then…

Varo has become the first neobank to win approval for FDIC...

This story was delivered to Business Insider Intelligence Banking subscribers earlier this morning.To get this story plus others to your inbox each day, hours before they're published on Business Insider, click here.The San Francisco-based neobank won approval earlier this week to use federal deposit insurance from the FDIC, a milestone in its three-year journey toward receiving…

Facebook Dating’s Valentine’s Day launch in Europe is canceled

Facebook Dating is the company's rival to Tinder and OKCupid, harnessing the combined power of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp to help people connect. That includes the ability to use Instagram stories as dating pictures and to list secret crushes just in case they feel the same way. Facebook had initially said, back when it rolled…

Qualcomm makes case to appeals court that it didn’t hurt competition...

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco is considering Qualcomm's case.  Getty Images Qualcomm is back in a courtroom, this time making the case for why it didn't hurt competition in the smartphone chip business. The company, represented by attorney Thomas Goldstein of the firm Goldstein & Russell, on Thursday appeared before the US…