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    Charting the UK Data Protection Profession: June 2022 Report


    Data Protection World Forum and The DPO Centre are delighted to bring you the eighth Index survey report from the ground-breaking UK Data Protection Index.

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    Data Protection in Southern Europe


    This report provides analysis of data protection and enforcement trends across the following Southern European countries:

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    Data Protection in the Nordics & Benelux Region


    This report provides an in-depth analysis of enforcement trends across the Nordics and Benelux regions.

  • Protección de Datos en la Región LATAM

    Protección de Datos en la Región LATAM


    El cumplimiento de la protección de datos es una consideración clave para cualquier organización que haga negocios en América Latina (LATAM). La mayoría de los países de LATAM tienen un marco de protección de datos relativamente sólido. Pero los requisitos legales varían, en algunos casos significativamente, de un país a otro.

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    Data Protection in the LATAM Region


    Data protection compliance is a key consideration for any organization doingbusiness in Latin America (LATAM). Most LATAM countries have a relatively strong data protection framework. Butthe legal requirements vary, in some cases significantly, from country to country.

  • A Report on the Colorado Privacy Act

    A Report on the Colorado Privacy Act


    The Colorado Privacy Act (CPA) was signed into law on 8 July 2021. The CPA is the third comprehensive state privacy law in the U.S., following the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and Virginia’s Consumer Data Protection Act (CPDA).

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    The GDPR: A Report on the First Three Years of Enforcement


    This report will consider some of the high-profile and noteworthy decisions taken by DPAs and courts over the GDPR’s first three years of enforcement, and consider how some key provisions of the regulation have developed. The report will also look ahead to how the EU’s data protection landscape might evolve in the coming years.

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    The European Commission’s Proposed AI Regulation


    In December 2018, the European Commission issued a warning to EU institutions: “the EU risks losing out on the opportunities offered by AI, facing a brain-drain and being a consumer of solutions developed elsewhere.”

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    Privacy & Security in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region


    The privacy and security laws of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region have developed significantly over the past two decades, as governments increasingly recognise the importance of adequate data protection in attracting trade and investment.

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    Not enough needles and too much hay: the problem with Suspicious Activity Reports


    The FinCEN Files shed a light on a creaking system under which millions of reports of suspicious activity are filed to over-stretched authorities every year. FinCrime Report examines how to make it easier for government agencies to find the useful “needles” in the “haystack” of SAR reports.

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    Nine cybersecurity trends to watch out for in 2021


    PrivSec Report identifies nine major themes we expect to be talking points in the new year in the world of cybersecurity

  • 2021 privacy

    The data protection and privacy trends to watch out for in 2021


    PrivSec Report looks forward to the new year and what it could mean for the privacy and data protection worlds.

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    The land of the free: combatting financial crime in the US


    So we now know that we will have a new US President. FinCrime Report looks at the key issues for anti-money laundering regulation stateside ahead of the Joe Biden era.

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    California’s Proposition 24 has been passed by voters


    “Proposition 24” has been passed by voters, with 56.1% of the 10.5m votes in California cast in favour and with it, new privacy protections will come into law. PrivSec Report takes a look at some of the reactions to the Act’s provisions and finds out why some in the privacy world are not huge fans.

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    Identifying, verifying and authenticating customers in banking


    GRC World Forums looks at some of the identification and verification technologies currently being used to ensure privacy and security in an increasingly complex banking landscape while ensuring user experience remains positive.