Companies are searching for data discovery and mapping tools to meet Brazil’s LGPD requirements but it will take more than technology to identify all the gaps.
Concerns about data protection and user privacy have spurred a new type of market, where spending on tools that promise such protection is expected to exceed $8 million in 2022.
Key takeaways from the data rights report include that access and deletion are the most common types of requests, and that data accountability is a major technical challenge.
LGPD has been active for a month now and may be a major job creator for Latin America's biggest nation. A new report from IAPP found that 50,000 new DPOs will be needed.
Brazilian General Data Protection Law, known as LGPD, will be introduced in early August 2020. How will the law impact the organizations and how does it compare with GDPR?
With the LGPD (the Brazilian Data protection Law) coming into force in August 2020, how can companies address the challenges of customer experience?