In June, the FTC released "Start with Security: A Guide for Business," which is based on "lessons learned from the more than 50 law enforcement actions" the FTC has announced. The guide contains ten lessons about "vulnerabilities that could affect your company, along with practical guidance on how to reduce the risks they pose." Among those lessons, the FTC suggests that companies use judgment in deciding what personal information to collect, how long to store it, and how to use it. Access to corporate networks should be controlled using secure passwords and authentication; paper, physical media, and devices should also be secured. Companies should segment and monitor their networks and secure remote access to those networks. The full report is available here.