Centraleyes Maps the Nevada Revised Statutes to its Control Inventory

Centraleyes is proud to announce the addition of the Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS), Chapter 603A to its extensive control inventory.

The addition of NRS to the Centraleyes framework library enables organizations to exchange data across various systems throughout their networks, saving time and money and ensuring more reliable data.

The Nevada Revised Statutes on security and privacy of personal information include the state’s privacy rules, which are contained in Chapter 603A and were recently updated by the state. These privacy laws extend to all companies in all industries. The laws cover ‘operators’ and ‘data collectors,’ as specified by Nevada law.  

Failure to comply with these laws might carry fines of up to $5,000 per violation (for each website user whose privacy rights you violated), which means that these penalties can add up quickly.

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The Centraleyes next generation GRC platform offers streamlined, automated data collection and analysis, as well as prioritized remediation advice and real-time personalized scoring, which can be crucial for complying with the Nevada Revised Statutes, Chapter 603A.

Centraleyes has mapped this chapter to its extensive control inventory, enabling organizations to exchange data across various systems throughout their networks, saving time and money and allowing for more accurate and reliable data. Organizations can now onboard in just minutes, update and track their compliance with the click of a button, and generate insightful, real-time reports to share with their executives.

Learn more: https://www.centraleyes.com/nevada-privacy-law/