ARLINGTON, Va., July 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Responding to a unique industry need, Lunarline developed and continues to deliver training relative to international cyber security and privacy regulations. Global markets, in conjunction with the ever changing cyber security landscape, lead companies to ask questions about how to not only ensure compliance with national laws, but how to protect their customers' critical data and information both domestically and overseas. The complexity of global privacy laws and restrictions on transfers of data across country borders raise significant concerns for companies doing business in the worldwide. Cloud computing and new technologies add increasing risks to organizations eager to keep pace with emerging trends. Whether it is guidance related to new privacy regulations, global privacy or cyber security program development, compliance with the European Union (EU) Directive or certifications like Safe Harbor, Lunarline can provide answers to global cyber security and privacy questions.
"Organizations face significant security and privacy challenges within the global arena. Identifying commonalities and differences among the regulations for various nations is confusing, time consuming, and constantly changing," said Lunarline VP, Jennifer Hawks. "Through our School of Cyber Security, Lunarline alleviates the challenge by educating and advising, but also by empowering clients to remain current by exposing students to resources and tools."
About Lunarline Lunarline is a leading cyber security and privacy provider to the US Federal Government, as well as private industry. Our unique approach to cyber security combines our proven products, specialized services, and certified training together as a complete solution customized for the success of your cyber mission. Lunarline is an accredited FedRAMP Third Party Assessment Organization (3PAO).