Global Compliance with Integrity

By

Ben Taylor
While many businesses across the United States are still busily working on achieving compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act by January 1, 2020, Nevada’s new privacy law has today come into effect.The question is… Is your company prepared and ready?
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There are now so many different flavors of cyber-crime, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for companies to prioritize their defense measures against data breaches, virus attacks and corporate sabotage. We see it every day - from influencing major elections, to crippling businesses overnight, the way cyber-crime infects our every-day lives should not be underestimated.
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With only six days to go, Nevada's Privacy Law SB 220 will come into effect on October 1. SB 220 amends Nevada’s data privacy law, to require website operators to honor consumers' requests not to sell their personal information.
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BREXIT -- It’s a word that keeps the eyes of UK citizens glued to the latest news … OR, it simply draws a huge groan from a deeply frustrated British population.But what will the UK’s departure really mean for UK businesses and citizens? Many think the EU’s GDPR will no longer apply - or is...
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Could facial recognition technologies spell the end of individual privacy? Facial-recognition technology is unregulated and yet to be proven. But already it is being installed and used at increasing numbers of locations across the United States, the UK, and beyond.
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A data breach can have potentially disastrous consequences for any business. The prospect of hefty fines and reputational damage are just the tip of the iceberg. If not handled swiftly and carefully, a data breach can have other long term negative effects on a business, hampering its commercial recovery and its position in the marketplace.But,...
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It’s hard to deny that the example set by Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has provided an urgent incentive for U.S. states to provide appropriate protections for its own citizens. As we approach the final quarter of 2019, and with still no concrete signs of a Federal privacy law on the horizon, several states...
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Last week, we published an article about Minimizing the Risk of a Data Breach and described various types of cyber-attack that have the potential to wreak havoc with your systems and confidential data.‘Phishing’ is the predominant method used by fraudsters to obtain confidential information. And yet, few businesses have the knowledge and expertise to protect...
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If you think news stories about data breaches are a daily occurrence you could be right. Either data breaches are becoming more frequent, or something else is happening. Could it be that data breaches appear more common simply because stronger data privacy laws are enforcing the way we report such incidents?
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The primary expectation of individuals in every country where data privacy laws exist, is the right to access their data and, where required, have that data corrected or deleted. For some, the reason for having their personal data erased is so that the individual can exercise their right to be forgotten.
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