Insights and opinions on data protection, privacy and cybersecurity contributed by thought leaders from around the world.
For James Howard, Chief Data Officer at KPMG, the biggest challenge today for privacy professionals is remaining relevant and adding value. How does a company remain effective in business, but also protect information in accordance with all these various regulations?
Will your website will be in some way impacted by expanded privacy legislation like the GDPR? Do you need to change how you do business online? Much of what’s required is simply good data hygiene.
The role of the CISO is becoming more vital to companies of all types on a global scale. Aside from being an executive-level role, the CISO must possess the necessary skills to unite multiple aspects of the business into one secure, digital front.
Multinationals face difficult and unique data privacy and security compliance challenges to successfully meet the ongoing waves of government regulations. To meet these challenges, multinationals must have enhanced visibility across their global key assets and comprehensive controls.
Selling customer data such as banking records, vehicle registration and mobile phone usage is big business in China. Recent data theft of 130 million clients of Huazhu Hotels Group saw the stolen payment and contact information going for about US$56,000.
Companies that want to thrive in an increasingly regulated privacy environment must focus more on data transparency for customer loyalty, which consumers have now come to not only value, but expect.
As location-based services become ubiquitous and the rise of selfie soldiers, the Strava heat map incident shows the difficulty in governing civilian technology in military settings.