Weighing Privacy with Security Under GDPR
Mark McGlenn
Weighing Privacy with Security Under GDPR

Weighing privacy and security has long been a delicate balancing act. With the adoption of GDPR this year, the scales have again shifted and the stakes for failing to get it right are dramatically higher. This is especially true as other similar data protection mandates continue to evolve around the globe like PIPEDA in Canada and new regulations being debated in Australia, Brazil and just about every state in...

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Scattered Data: What PIPEDA Means for Distributed Enterprises
Josh Mayfield
Scattered Data: What PIPEDA Means for Distributed Enterprises

Sitting in the shadow of laws like GDPR and CCPA, Canada’s Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) has grown teeth and steps into full view today, November 1, 2018. While Canada boasts of several laws related to privacy, it is PIPEDA’s amendments that has companies all over the world scrambling to ensure data protection and that the proper channels are in place when there is unauthorized access...

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With Success of NIST CSF, NIST Now Set to Tackle Privacy
Josh Mayfield
With Success of NIST CSF, NIST Now Set to Tackle Privacy

As innovation continues to push forward with AI, IoT and other intelligent technologies that both boost convenience and spur economic growth, protecting an individual’s privacy gets more complicated. Those innovative technologies also capture and store an unprecedented amount of personal data. The growing concern of how to protect that data is one important reason behind the U.S. Department of Commerce’s new effort to create a collaborative privacy framework with...

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