Wednesday, 22 September, 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM (BST)
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Steve Wright, Partner, Privacy Culture
Vickie Guilloit, Partner, Privacy Culture
Emma Martins, Data Protection Commissioner, Bailiwick of Guernsey
Vivienne Artz OBE, Chief Privacy Officer, LSEG
Data Protection Commissioner, Bailiwick of Guernsey
Chief Privacy Officer, LSEG
Partner, Privacy Culture
It is estimated that up to 70% of an organisation’s unstructured data is redundant, obsolete and trivial, which creates enormous risk to potential cyber threats, as well as exposure to regulations such as the GDPR for non-compliance in handling and deleting data accordingly. Data you do not have cannot be breached, it isn’t discoverable in litigation or investigations, and it doesn’t require any efforts to store, secure, or manage effectively.
China’s Data Security Law contains provisions that cover the usage, collection, and protection of data in the PRC. Violations will trigger penalty fines and even suspension of business and revocation of license or permits.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a landmark U.S. privacy law with many laudable features. But the law’s private right of action is not among its strongest provisions. The CCPA’s private right of action only grants consumers who have suffered very specific data breaches a limited right to sue. However, this has not stopped law firms trying to force through legal challenges against businesses that have violated irrelevant parts of the CCPA.
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