Whether you are a musician, entrepreneur, photographer, inventor, vlogger, or anyone producing original content, you need to protect your intellectual property. Here are 11 proven ways.
Companies need to be more careful than ever when handling sensitive data. U.S. state privacy laws are multiplying, and both regulatory action and class action lawsuits have put companies collecting or sharing sensitive data without consent in the spotlight.
The main issues surrounding data management and consumer privacy will only accelerate as we move forward into the final months of the year. Here are three major trends and events to look out for.
Adhering to privacy may appear straightforward, but the logistical and technological challenges getting there are daunting. To holistically incorporate privacy into an organization, one has to take stock of the challenges that have historically impeded compliance efforts.
To prepare for any privacy regulation, adopt a core technical framework where privacy controls can be applied to any new or existing system.
Recent APAC survey reveals that most consumers feel business or government is more responsible for personal data security, and nearly all will sacrifice it for convenience and features.
Often, it might be a complex thing for entrepreneurs and inventors to understand and navigate the patent process. What are the technicalities of the intellectual property process?
The GDPR has been in effect for a few months now, and it’s safe to say most businesses are familiar with it by now. It’s also likely a safe bet that at least a few view it as an inconvenience. Truth is, it’s anything but. From a business perspective, privacy regulations are one of the best things that could possibly exist - here’s why.