Business leaders around the world are reconfiguring their strategies to prioritize data protection and management. As the world becomes increasingly digitally connected, dependence on cyber safety and consumer trust only becomes more important. Technology continues to develop in complexity, as do our methods to mediate it, but it’s imperative that we don’t forget the human side of risk, too.
Data protection, data privacy, and cyber security are top-of-mind concerns, especially for fast growing startups. But what if you could turn your data protection practices into a competitive advantage that helps you close more deals?
Survey shows that Europeans are definitely more aware of their data protection rights and have much lesser trust in private companies compared to the public bodies.
New ‘European cloud’ project Gaia-X will provide a platform for businesses to search for data storage providers that comply with Europe's data protection laws.
Ownership and control of intellectual property are becoming increasingly important as data intensive technologies like AI, blockchain, IoT and Cloud continue to grow rapidly.
Any employment agency in Hong Kong is required to comply to multiple data protection laws but they may not understand the importance and how it can affect their business.