The article provides a brief overview of the legal framework relating to data protection and privacy and discusses the provisions of relevant data protection and data privacy laws in India. It also discusses proposed legislative changes in India to strengthen and improve the existing data protection regime.
Right to privacy debates over the last month have highlighted the critical need for a regime of data protection in India, which will be vital for the outsourcing industry.
Seventy percent of security pros want governments to impose social media regulation for the collection of personal data by social media companies. Yet, expectations are hazy and 72% also indicated that they have little to no faith that government officials have an understanding of the threats to digital privacy.
A new law was included in 2020 budget bill which requires any U.S. company providing cyber capabilities to first notify the State Department and obtain permission before selling to foreign governments.
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Privacy should be a top-of-mind issue as new privacy regulations keep appearing globally. However, recent report shows organizations are still unprepared to deal with them effectively.
The prospects for a federal privacy bill actually being signed into law in the United States in 2019 just took another big step forward with a proposal from Intel.
Landmark ruling affirms the right of private individuals to sue companies like Google and Facebook if they collect their biometric data without their written consent, even if there was no “harm” to the individuals.
Increase in privacy regulations around the world has driven the role of CPO to grow in significance and evolve in complexity to keep organizations compliant with the new requirements.
Critical infrastructure systems are becoming increasingly connected and digitized. The sector is also facing expanding cybersecurity regulations to address cyber threats as the potential for dangerous cyber attacks increases as a result.