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DHagar
DHagar
6/2/2016 6:49:46 PM
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Re: Interesting
@ms.akkineni, indeed.  One controls adoption of regulations.  The other, maybe more important, drives the markets so that the industry can "align" with commonly understand protocols designed to mitigate and control risk.

It would be ideal if regulators better understood the risks and at least made them compatible.

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DHagar
DHagar
6/2/2016 6:40:39 PM
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Re: Interesting
@elizabethv, you make a good point about regulators knowing what is needed.  That may be part of the problem in that they know what they want to control but I am not sure all regulators know what is needed.

The industry and users know the security risks - which is what is needed.  If those don't come together you are left with regulations that just force compliance but don't add any layer of security protection.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
6/2/2016 12:54:49 PM
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Re: Interesting
I agree.

Though Security and Compliance are two different things, there is a need for both to go hand in hand. You mentioned a very good point that regulations should steabilize securiy.

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JohnBarnes
JohnBarnes
6/2/2016 7:38:23 AM
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Well, sure ...
And it's good for data and software to be able to flow/migrate from region to region seamlessly. But every inter-regional seam is a place where malefactors can trip. (Uncluttered houses are nice but they're also more convenient for burglars). Compliance and security not only aren't the same thing; they are sometimes antithetical. (Notice how the many precautions at airports cause millions of people to try to bend the rules or find ways around!)

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elizabethv
elizabethv
6/2/2016 7:33:22 AM
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Interesting
It's kind of crazy that one of the biggest hindrances to security are regulations. One would think both should go hand-in-hand. It would just make sense, at least in my mind, to want regulations that stabilize security, and make it universal no matter where you are. If the regulators don't know what is needed, more communication needs to be taking place between the tech companies and the regulators 

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
6/1/2016 3:09:30 PM
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Re: Compliance Vs Security
"Compliance is good. But just because data is compliant doesn't mean it is secure" Absolutely, both are very different. Compliance is more like a regulatory related thing. Security is something extremely important as unless customers are sure that their data is secure they won't be ready to adapt anything new. Itis that simple yet very crucial requirement.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
6/1/2016 2:59:18 PM
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Compliance Vs Security
IOT Data Compliance - This is something totally different than Security, though very important. This is more of an effort to make sure data meets al regulatory and compliance standards. This absolutely has least to absolutely zero impact to end customers.

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