2021 research by the DLA Piper reported a 19% increase in the number of breach notifications from last year, and the trend is expected to continue over the next four years. The report indicates an additional eight breaches per week compared to 2018.
Data protection has been on the minds of everyone in business for some time now, and for good reasons. With new regulations being passed and coming into effect, no company wants to make headlines for the wrong reasons and face hefty fines.
If your business or practice collects, uses, or processes personal data from individuals in the E.U. or offers goods or services to E.U. citizens, the GDPR, as mentioned earlier in the FAQs, applies. Non-compliance could attract the same penalties that accrue to sanction non-compliance with the GDPR in the E.U.
“Will You Be Forced to Dump Your Data?” We start with a question that will help guide our highlights - Regulators all over the world are boosting rules and regulations regarding privacy. If you check Europe with those who face similar problems, they will tell you that none of them were ready for that tremendous change. They would have proactively taken care of collecting consent before the deadline was up.
We’ve seen records been broken in Olympics… Right? Now, Amazon hit by $887 million of violation of GDPR!
In the recent updates Zoom a Video Conferencing Platform will be settling a user privacy complaint of $85M in the US.
In today’s evolving technological world, privacy has come to the forefront as people want to take more control of their data and have power over who is using their personal information.
Colorado added their very own Privacy Act to the growing list of states and became the third U.S. state to take measures in protecting its citizens’ right to privacy.