Cyber security | Data Privacy
Guess you know that data privacy is a hot topic and a top priority for businesses and government agencies. Who wouldn’t? In our tech-driven world, the economy runs on data and it has surpassed oil as the world’s most valuable resource.
As we thought you’d like it, we’ve developed this special edition in close collaboration with the global leader in data privacy automation: Integris Software.
This issue combines the most relevant news, hand-picked from trusted leaders in the data security industry, along with a study performed by Integris that seeks to understand how mid to large-sized US enterprises manage data privacy.
How does your data privacy management program compare to top enterprises? Learn more thanks to an exclusive community of +250 decision-makers surveyed in this study.
Wish you a good reading!
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In the News
he GDPR and other privacy regulations are creating new opportunities for cyber criminals and roadblocks for security teams, while in some cases putting personal data at greater risk.
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In The News
A State-backed company that plans to collect the DNA of hundreds of thousands of Irish people is being probed by the Data Protection Commissioner, following complaints about the way it gathers information.
Deutsche Wohnen SE is a real estate company which was accused of having used an archiving system for the storage of personal data of tenants which did not allow for the erasure of data that was no longer necessary.
Trend Micro customers whose data was sold are getting scam calls from criminals purporting to be support staff.
Legislators and governments globally are starting to wake up to the implications of the digital revolution on individuals’ rights. This is exacerbated by the fact that choice is limited, as a small group of companies dominate the consumer space.
Microsoft’s chief privacy officer promises to apply the CCPA to all US users, not just Californians.