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To help information security, privacy and compliance professionals architect and implement the best security and privacy practices for your organization, Rebecca Herold, lead developer and author of ISACA's Privacy Principles and Program Management Guide, provides an overview of the 14 principles and explain the importance for each business, in any country, to implement them within their own organizations.
South Korea has had a difficult run of data security breaches. The country has stepped up its data privacy regulation and is backed by extensive enforcement measures. What is the basic structure, its key features and enforcement measures? What are the recent changes and their implications?
The Act on the Protection of Personal Information was enacted in 2003. What does it entail and how is it enforced? What are the recent movements to the act? And why? What is the "My Number System" and what are the related impact on business in Japan?
Over the last number of years, the global legal landscape regarding an individual's right to be forgotten in the digital world has evolved significantly. Recent events continue to raise many controversial issues and challenges for policy makers, data protection authorities and search engines alike.
Is it possible for organizations to demonstrate legal compliance obligations through existing privacy management programs and accountability documentation? Learn how organizations are attempting to map the activities in their internal privacy management programs to applicable laws and accountability mechanisms.
Based on the 2004 APEC Privacy Framework, the APEC Cross Border Privacy Rules (CBPR) system was developed to build consumer, business and regulator trust in cross border flows of personal information. Hear how this system can benefit the Asian regulators, business and most importantly, protect consumers.
At the start of the Crypto Wars, the idea of digital privacy was radical. Today it's required to do business. Without an expectation our data is secure. Protecting the privacy of individuals at work may be the strongest form of corporate security possible.
Taking a Global Look at Personal Data Protection – Can the World Achieve Better Privacy Protection in 2020?
Ubiquitous computing, offshoring, and connected databases make most personal data available almost anywhere in the world. However, laws and standards lag behind technology. Are we prepared to address the personal data issues of the future?
As connected devices open new opportunities for imagination, they also open up new opportunities for online criminals. Where are we today? And where are we going? And how are we ever going to secure a billion new devices that will be going online over the next decade?