By GRC World Forums2021-12-01T12:35:00+00:00
More AI-driven healthcare products are coming to market than ever before, regulators are frantically reviewing how they can keep pace with this technology that rapidly changes and evolves.
This panel will explore some of the greatest challenges facing regulators, how AI is becoming the most important factor in healthcare, and how this uncharted territory is to be mapped.
We are delighted to announce that Privacy, Data Protection and Digital leader, Caro Robson will speak at Last Thursday in Privacy, this week.
We are delighted to announce that compliance specialist Samuel Famolu will speak at Last Thursday in Privacy.
We are delighted to reveal that Geoffrey Ceunen will speak at Last Thursday in Privacy.
Ethics and compliance programs have more data available to them than ever before. Capturing data on program activity and impact can be a powerful tool to assess whether your ethics and compliance program works in practice. Many companies also find value in benchmarking their programs against industry norms and in response to risks. That said, data’s nascency in the ethics and compliance space means we are still struggling to understand what to do with all this data, and how to know what it is telling us.
A standard practice from other global privacy laws has hit the US: privacy risk or data protection assessments (commonly known as PIAs) are now required under certain criteria for the processing of personal data in all new state laws, except Utah. Beyond regulatory compliance, a comprehensive and integrated assessment program embeds privacy by design into your organization’s data strategy and enables you to manage risk at scale.
Regulators worldwide are getting serious about children’s privacy. From the “children’s codes” established in jurisdictions like the UK and Califorina, to the recent enforcement action against Instagram and TikTok—it’s becoming increasingly clear that the web is likely to change so that children are better protected.
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