Regulations like GDPR and CCPA are generating high volume of data subject requests around how and why data is being used. How should companies manage them and stay in compliance?
Despite similarity to the EU GDPR, proposed India data protection bill would allow the government unfettered access to citizen data for "national security" purposes.
A new national data privacy legislative framework has been proposed to limit notices and opt-ins instead of relying on the FTC and state governments to protect individuals.
U.S. Justice Department released a new drone policy update which mandates a cybersecurity evaluation for new UAS acquisition and protection of privacy and civil liberties.
Group of top Democrats in the U.S. Senate have introduced the COPRA digital privacy act to offer U.S. consumers the same types of data privacy protections as the European GDPR.
The passage of a national privacy law is gaining momentum as more state laws like CCPA are adding to the scheme of divergent U.S. data protection laws that companies are struggling to reconcile.
Data leaks and privacy legislation have made the impacts of data handling clearer than before. What are the forthcoming changes to the data privacy landscape in Europe and what do they mean for businesses?
Ethyca's study shows that only 12% of companies have reach an “adequate state of compliance” ahead of the new CCPA data privacy regulation becoming law on January 1, 2020.
Yet more proof that a federal privacy law could be coming to the U.S. as early as next year with the introduction of the Online Privacy Act which may be more stringent than the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
Learn about the key initiatives, which can help reduce regulatory, operational and reputational risk, while establishing preparedness for CCPA enforcement.