New York Cybersecurity Regulation Phase 3 due September 1, 2018/ March 1, 2019

This is Part 3 of a 3-part instructional series on the New York State Cybersecurity Regulations, brought to you by 24By7Security. Below you can download a document that contains details on this legislations's third set of requirements due on September 1, 2018 and one requirement due on March 1, 2019.

This 3-part instructional series addresses requirements that New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) introduced as NY CRR 500 (Part 500 of Title 23 of the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations). There are 23 sections, 15 of which specifically deal with Cybersecurity requirements. Any entity subject to the Banking, Insurance and/ or Financial Services laws in New York State, is considered a covered entity for the purpose of compliance with NY CRR 500.

There are 5 sections of the regulations that are due on September 1, 2018 and 1 section due on March 1, 2019. You will see in the PDF available for download in this article, what these sections include.

May 11, 2018



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New York Cybersecurity Regulation Phase 2 due March 1, 2018

This is Part 2 of a 3-part instructional series on the New York State Cybersecurity Regulations, brought to you by 24By7Security. Below you can download a document that contains details on this legislations's second set of requirements due on March 1, 2018. It also references the annual certificate of compliance due starting February 15, 2018.

This 3-part instructional series addresses requirements that New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) introduced as NY CRR 500 (Part 500 of Title 23 of the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations). There are 23 sections, 15 of which specifically deal with Cybersecurity requirements. Any entity subject to the Banking, Insurance and/ or Financial Services laws in New York State, is considered a covered entity for the purpose of compliance with NY CRR 500.

There are 5 sections of the regulations that are due on March 1, 2018. You will see in the PDF available for download in this article, what these sections include.

January 18, 2018



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New York Cybersecurity Regulation Phase 1 due September 1, 2017

24By7Security brings to you a 3-part instructional series on the New York State Cybersecurity Regulations. This is the first part of this instructional series and contains a downloadable document with details on requirements of this important Cybersecurity legislation that took effect on March 1, 2017.

This 3-part instructional series addresses requirements that New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) introduced as NY CRR 500 (Part 500 of Title 23 of the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations). There are 23 sections, 15 of which specifically deal with Cybersecurity requirements. Any entity subject to the Banking, Insurance and/ or Financial Services laws in New York State, is considered a covered entity for the purpose of compliance with NY CRR 500.

There are 15 sections of the regulations that address the various Cybersecurity activities that covered entities should be doing. You will see in the PDF available for download in this article, what these sections entail. There are various deadlines for certain sections. Some sections may have parts with extended deadlines, details of which are provided in the attached PDF.

August 1, 2017



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HIPAA Regulations and Checklist

HIPAA regulations condensed into just 3 pages which you can even use as a checklist! HIPAA regulations on government web pages can be complex and difficult to get through. Wouldn't it be easier to have everything on a small set of pages that you can stick on your office wall?

This 3-page summary and checklist, brought to you by 24By7Security, Inc., helps condense HIPAA security and privacy regulations in one place - a small part of your office wall. Download this summary and checklist, put it up on your wall, and mark off what you have done and what is pending - for a clear one-shot view! April 2017



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White paper on Blockchain Technology

Blockchain technology has generated a lot of excitement in the last two years in the Cybersecurity marketplace. It offers a secure and optimal method of conducting online transactions and has found wide appeal among various industry groups. The concept of blockchain technology and its distributed ledger system began with bitcoins, but is now moving far beyond that. There are several industry partnerships being formed to explore and utilize its leading edge features, and the global blockchain technology market is expected to grow to over 20 billion dollars in the next five years.

This white paper, brought to you by 24By7Security, Inc. not only touches upon its history and addresses blockchain technology at a high level, but also delves deeper into how it works, and discusses concepts and adaptations of blockchain technology. It promises to give you a good insight into the security technology that everyone is talking about these days.



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White paper on Healthcare Blockchain

Any kind of transfer of healthcare records can be a complex process. Patient health records typically exist in silos across the healthcare landscape. The strict privacy regulations and guidelines imposed by HIPAA make it even more challenging as there is valuable protected health information involved everywhere. Blockchain technology is therefore well positioned to address and resolve security concerns for the healthcare industry.

This white paper, brought to you by 24By7Security, Inc., provides insight into options and possible solutions using blockchain in the healthcare sector. Anonymity, being part and parcel of blockchain technology, can be effectively utilized in sharing patient information. Read and understand more about opportunities for using blockchain technology in the highly regulated world of healthcare.



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White paper on Blockchain for Financial Services

Blockchain technology was first introduced for use by the cryptocurrency bitcoin, and it has since naturally segued into the finance sector. Blockchain is widely regarded as the next big thing or the Uber of FinTech. Financial institutions are always looking to implement more secure and optimal methods of conducting online transactions. Some examples of financial use cases that can benefit from blockchain technology include capital markets, payments and money transfers, and supply chains. The portability of blockchain technology has so far largely been predicated on private/ permissioned networks. Many such networks have emerged as a result of FinTech blockchain providers working in partnership with financial institutions.

This white paper, brought to you by 24By7Security, Inc., provides a brief and simple view of the blockchain process in some specific use cases for finance. By reducing fees, paperwork and the risk of fraud, the potential savings of blockchain adoption are projected to be in the billions of dollars. Read and understand more about financial blockchain implementations that are taking the finance world by storm.



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