The privacy power-players in 2021 aren't federal lawmakers - they're tech giants. However, the year is young, and lawmakers already have the enthusiasm to drive privacy progress. They just need to channel it into a federal privacy law.
To meet users' rising expectations for data privacy, teams must first understand the basic frameworks for consent management. Different regulations apply distinct approaches to user consent, and growing companies in 2021 need to understand both approaches.
Because modern privacy is still young, the world doesn't yet have a shared understanding of every term in privacy compliance. To help bring us to that shared understanding, here's our primer on what we mean when we say "automated data mapping."
Privacy laws like Europe’s GDPR and California’s CCPA are on the increase around the world, but the field of privacy tech is relatively new. There are two big issues for buyers in this fast-growing market: defining their privacy requirements and evaluating those requirements against the products on offer.
Amidst the diverse demands of today's privacy regulations, businesses can count on one tool to streamline compliance: an effective data map that provides a complete, accurate, and current view of the data that business holds
“The rug.” That’s how privacy activist Max Schrems began a tweet reacting to yesterday’s news that the Irish Data Protection Commission will act to stop Facebook from sending European citizens’ data overseas to the United States.