Ethyca Announces $13.5 Million In Series A Funding
IA Ventures in role of lead investor
“We share a common belief that building technology grounded in respect for users is one of the greatest problems the internet faces.”
– Cillian Kieran, CEO
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Big Tech As Its Own Privacy Regulator
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.
Opt-In and Opt-Out: Consent Management For Global Readiness
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.
CDPA, CCPA, And The Letter Of The Law
Virginia’s CDPA and California’s CCPA look alike, both in their names and their overall terms. However, companies must understand where they differ in order to remain compliant and to prepare for other states’ laws. Here are some pointers on how to bring the different policy requirements into your data systems.
Automated Data Mapping Is A Must For CPRA Compliance
The CPRA rollout makes the strongest case yet for companies to use automation in data mapping. Here, we zoom in on 4 important CPRA requirements for which automated data mapping tools are instrumental in achieving compliance.
An Interview with Ethyca’s Privacy Content Creator, Austin Kraft
Austin is the newest member of Ethyca’s marketing team. We sat down to ask him a few questions about work, life, and words to live by.
Ethyca Deep Dive: Moving Beyond Spreadsheets to Automated Data Mapping
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.
Ethyca In The Press
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For every business that shifts operations online, there are potential privacy pitfalls that will prove very damaging if mismanaged, and as new regulations are set to go into force in the United States, the stakes for getting this pivot right are higher than ever before.
A raft of new consumer privacy rules are going into force in the U.S. and around the world. A startup called Ethyca, however, believes it has a solution: software that identifies sensitive data and automates the process of managing it.
The upcoming CCPA regulations have put a renewed focus on how companies online are handling the issues of data privacy and compliance. Today a startup that’s built a platform to help them navigate those waters more easily is announcing a round of funding.
History doesn’t repeat, but it rhymes. There are many aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic that feel shockingly unprecedented, but in at least one important aspect of the crisis, there are strong echoes of the last great trauma on American soil.
The new coronavirus protocols that companies are considering for their workers and customers — from contact tracing and temperature-taking to heat mapping and “immunity passports” — have privacy and civil liberties implications.
The COVID-19 outbreak highlights a singular dilemma of a pandemic in the digital age: Does fighting a health crisis warrant the mass collection and use of personal data?
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