By GRC World Forums2023-05-22T12:03:00+01:00
This session will explore the exciting data protection and security legal landscape across Africa, where new laws with complex and varying requirements are developing fast.
The Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC)’s decisions against Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp are some of the most significant developments in data protection since the passing of the GDPR.
One common criticism of the GDPR is that its enforcement process is not sufficiently effective. Critics argue that routing cross-border decisions through a controller’s “main establishment” has led to delays and created an enforcement gap.
New data protection and privacy laws are developing all over the world. Yet the amount of data collected about people by corporations and governments continues to increase. And new technology, such as biometrics, IoT, and AI, bring new surveillance opportunities.
Large Language Models (LLMs) and image generation are officially mainstream. With millions of people using AI tools every day, the internet and wider society are changing fast.
There is no such thing as perfect compliance - privacy incidents can and will happen.
Insider threats, whether through error or malicious action, still account for a large proportion of data breaches. But monitoring and trying to control the actions of your employees is fraught with issues.
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