With Brexit in limbo and the GDPR already handing out fines to companies in noncompliance, companies who work in the confines of the EU and UK are left with few details as to how to navigate the minefield that is compliance. To help, we talked to a lawyer who is an...
It’s hard to say if things are looking up or down for data security. It seems that companies across all industries are making a point to secure all their data in the wake of the massive data breaches of the past few years.
Data privacy seems to have surpassed all other technological buzzwords (with Big Data, AI and IoT largely responsible for the increase in available data) in the last few years, primarily because of the number of data breaches, which continues to rise unabated each year.
2018 will go down as the year that the rules changed for data privacy and data protection standards. I’m of course referring to the GDPR that was enacted in May 2018.
It’s the proverbial 1,000-pound gorilla—a compliance violation. Perhaps you haven’t seen one yet, but you know it’s out there lurking, and it just might come banging on your door any day now.
The GDPR is in effect and being enforced, and yet there are still so many questions as to how the new data protection regulation in the EU is going to influence how businesses approach the securing and processing of personal data of EU residents.
Regardless of industry, companies are subject to data protection laws according to their jurisdiction.
Companies around the world have anxiously awaited who will be made an example of under the new GDPR regulations. Under GDPR, entities who violate the regulations are on the hook for stringent fines and civil lawsuits.
It’s been months since the EU’s landmark data protection regulation, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into full effect. This means that companies around the world now have to be more careful about the way they handle personal data collected about...
May was an interesting month. Google and Facebook were hit with 8.8 billion dollar lawsuits, Kanye West announced his support for Donald Trump, and we were all hit with a glut of “We’ve Updated Our Privacy Statement” emails flooding our inboxes. What does it all mean?...