Adjusting to life under the GDPR in 2018 will be difficult. But tech implications of the GDPR will drive greater growth of the digital economy, not less.
The privacy technology market continues to show strong signs of growth, primarily driven by new compliance imperatives. Today, organizations have a lot more options when it comes to enterprise privacy tools.
Emphasis of GDPR on a technology-based data governance approach will drive innovation to address everyday privacy problems and concerns. That could end up being very good for economic growth and the future trajectory of EU GDP.
Emerging technologies including biometrics and advanced analytics are helping to revolutionize the way governments and public service agencies address data privacy and security concerns, according to a new report from Accenture.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a transformative shift in privacy. It signals a move away from a policy-based data governance approach to a technology-based approach that can enforce data protection policies for personal data. How can we achieve this and what’s the solution for managing compliance?
Right to privacy debates over the last month have highlighted the critical need for a regime of data protection in India, which will be vital for the outsourcing industry.
Estonia takes over presidency of EU and hosts major Digital Single Market conference on free movement of data, touching on data flow and data localization.
The 21st of June 2017 saw UK’s Queen Elizabeth give what is generally known as ‘The Queen’s Speech’ in which Her Majesty gave some insights into just how seriously the UK government is taking issues of online privacy and data protection.
In a world of interconnected devices security is becoming more challenging. In this article Magda Chelly, Managing Director of Responsible Cyber talks about the Internet of Things, the cloud and digital transformation – and how companies need to start focusing on cyber security in an ever more complex world where culture is playing an important part in the perception of exactly what privacy is – and how companies need to be aware of the challenges of a globalised environment.
Privacy Law in Australia: Breach Reporting, New Frontiers of Big Data and Differences with the EU GDPR
This article is based on a presentation made by Steven Klimt, a partner in the Sydney office of Clayton Utz during the Data Privacy Asia 2016 conference held on 9-11 November 2016. It outlines the new mandatory data breach reporting legislation, how Australian privacy regulation impacts Big Data and the differences between Australian Privacy legislation and the proposed EU GDPR.