Category Archives: CCPA

Not all data collection is evil: Don’t let privacy scandals stall cybersecurity

Facebook continues to be criticized for its data collection practices. The media is hammering Google over how it handles data. JPMorgan Chase & Company was vilified for using Palantir software to allegedly invade the privacy of employees. This past June marked the five-year anniversary of The Guardian’s first story about NSA mass surveillance operations. These incidents and many others have led to an era where the world is more heavily focused on privacy and trust. … More

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Measuring privacy operations: Use of technology on the rise

Critical privacy program activities such as creating data inventories, conducting data protection impact assessments (DPIA), and managing data subject access rights requests (DSAR) are now well established in large and small organizations in both Europe and the United States, according to TrustArc and the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). “Among our thousands of members, we know that privacy teams are now reporting on a regular basis to company leadership, and consequently they need to … More

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