This paper studies the individual secrecy capacity region of the broadcast channel with receiver side information. First, an achievable rate region is established for the discrete memoryless case by employing superposition coding. Further, it is extended to the corresponding Gaussian case, where the individual secrecy capacity region is characterized in case of a weak or strong eavesdropper (compared to two legitimate receivers). For the case left, inner and outer bounds are established and the individual secrecy capacity region is characterized for the low and high SNR regimes. Note that the last case is distinctive due to the individual secrecy constraint, in the sense that positive rate pair is still possible although the eavesdropper may have the advantage against at least one of the legitimate receivers over the channel, unlike the situation if the joint secrecy constraint is imposed.