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Schellman's Chris Lippert reflects on Data Privacy Day and why given recent global developments privacy means a bit more this year than it has in the past
Schellman President Avani Desai discusses how organizations can maintain their focus on data privacy during COVID-19
Schellman's Matt Hungate looks at significant changes to NIST SP 800-53, Revision 5
We’re living through the world’s latest pandemic. Guidelines from WHO alter normal life to preserve health but organizations and individuals are faced with another unprecedented concern—data privacy.
Companies that collect or process personal information about New York residents have likely heard of New York’s Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act - the SHIELD Act.
The CCPA went live on January 1, 2020. The California Attorney General (AG) has issued the second and third versions of draft CCPA regulations, following two periods of public comment.
A sweeping consumer privacy law went into effect in 2020 in the state of California but it seems many businesses are still not yet ready to comply.
ISO 27701 is valuable to organizations that have an existing ISO 27001 certification or are considering an ISO 27001 certification and want to include their privacy program into their ISMS.
Three leading smart speaker technology makers have suspended contractor review of consumer recordings following disclosures that the devices are nearly always listening and have captured interactions.
For those that were monitoring the wire, ISO 27001 was released the week of August 5th as an extension of ISO 27001 and 27002.
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The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation is set to boost the status of its Cross-Border Privacy Rules program in the U.S.
Flexa on Monday (May 13, 2019) launched a new digital payment network that uses cryptocurrencies to cut processing costs, eliminate fraud and preserve users' privacy.