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New York is the next state following California to develop its own New York Privacy Act which even though largely similar to CCPA, will still include notable exceptions that companies should be cautious of.
New Federal Data Strategy from U.S. Government Could Have Important Privacy and Security Implications
All U.S. government agencies are expected to create annual action plans in 2019-2020 to support the new Federal Data Strategy. What are the possible privacy and security implications?
Recent DataGrail report shows one-third of enterprises spent more than $1 million on GDPR cost, not taking into account the opportunity cost of lost employees’ hours spent in meeting compliance.
One year on, the technology to support true data privacy and fully comply with GDPR is still lacking, and regulators have come face to face with the reality that we are still years away from being there.
Privacy regulators have said they will take seriously anything that puts the twin principles of openness and honesty into jeopardy, and with the GDPR honeymoon period set to end, trust and reputation will be central going forward.
GDPR is altering software development practices by forcing software development companies to take steps towards better application design and greater security.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) becomes effective on January 1, 2020, making California the first state in U.S. to roll out GDPR-like regulation, how should the business prepare and how will it impact consumers?
Tech lobbyists working to introduce new amendments and changes to the upcoming CCPA privacy law which could significantly limit the effectiveness of the regulation.
Connected devices will soon be subject to new IoT security laws, with California taking the lead and requiring devices to have “reasonable security features” and U.K. draft law requires devices to have cyber security features labeled on package.
U.S. is addressing GDPR compliance and data privacy through technologies whereas Europe is taking the litigation route, will Europe wake up at some point and realize they’re behind the technology curve?