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Data Protection, Privacy and Security is more important than ever, how will the landscape evolve in 2021? PrivSec Global returns on 23rd - 25th March 2021 for 3 days of expert insight, guidance and debate to help inform senior practitioners in data protection, privacy, security and governance.
This year has been a major one for regulatory change, with major changes in the US, Brazil and the UAE.
The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated developments in how clinical services are delivered.
Are we experiencing a data explosion or data implosion? With data growth not slowing down any time soon, one thing is clear: traditional approaches to managing information aren’t working (just look at the frequency of major data breaches splashed across the front page of the news.)
What role does unstructured data play in your organization? What benefits can tight management of unstructured data deliver to an organization? What is the price of non-governance on your business operations?
A round-up of the key talking points and takeaways from this week’s global live stream experience.
In this session, Scott Skinner Thompson, author of the new book ‘Privacy at the Margins’, will highlight how different marginalized groups are uniquely harmed by privacy violations and will explain the legal relationship between private-party surveillance and government surveillance.
David Rowan was Editor-in-chief of the UK edition of WIRED magazine from launch in 2009 to February 2017 and is the. author of ‘Non-Bullshit Innovation’,
The education sector faces some unique challenges involved in protecting data, with a large proportion of underaged ‘clients’ and new delivery mechanisms created from scratch in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
In our ongoing series on diversity in the data protection profession, we bring together a varied group of practitioners to discuss how to translate theory (it’s a good thing to do) into practice (it’s a thing done well).
Many organizations have accelerated the adoption of cloud services to meet the increased demand for flexible working.
Every sector – from retail to financial services, BigTech to media – is affected in different ways by the ramifications of the UK’s departure from the EU.
In a data driven world, an organization largely depends on the data it has and uses. Part of fruitful processing data is making sure that you know when data must be kept and when it must be removed. Your data is subject to thousands of data retention periods, which vary per country and industry.
53% of countries will have GDPR-like regulations within the coming two years.