For years, IoT developers have focused too much on availability, and not enough on privacy and confidentiality. This mindset appears to be shifting and the NIST report is proof of a growing recognition that there needs to be universal standards in place to improve the privacy and security of any IoT system.
Just as big data made every single company a data company, the new era of AI to make sense of this data might transform every company into an AI company. But the legal and privacy implications are far wider, potentially impacting every single industry, from consumer goods to healthcare to financial services.
The concept of consent has had a long history in privacy and data protection. Privacy consent has been evolving, especially under the GDPR. What are the expanded requirements for consent and what actions must organizations begin taking today to prepare for the coming of the GDPR on 25 May 2018?
Data subject rights are being expanded under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), impacting the business processes of data controllers and processors. With the increased complexities that lie in within each distinct right, a variety of new issues will need to be considered.