The enactment of CA SB 553, which takes effect July 1, 2024, creates the first general industry workplace violence prevention safety requirements in the United States. CA SB 553 requires California employers to develop their own workplace violence prevention plans as part of their Cal/OSHA Injury and Illness Prevention Plans or as a standalone Violence in the Workplace Prevention Program. Businesses must begin complying with the law on July 1, 2024.
With increased cyberattacks to organizations of all sizes, digital risk detection is of paramount importance. What is digital risk detection? It’s the application of a tool or tools to access information on the social, surface, deep, and dark web. It’s seeking out exposures, data breach indicators, threats of violence, or otherwise reputationally damaging content to a brand or an individual’s (typically an executive’s) integrity.