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How Lawmakers Are Selling Out Americans for Political Gain
In 2021, Americans are feeling the impact of increased cybersecurity risk. Ransomware incidents are on the rise, alongside phishing and software supply chain attacks, breaches
The Biggest Data Privacy Scandal Since Edward Snowden
In 2013, the U.S intelligence community was turned upside down by the revelations of government whistleblower Edward Snowden after he exposed top-secret, domestic surveillance activities
Why Consent Management Platforms (CMPs) Are Not a Catch-All Solution for Avoiding CCPA Violations
Since the passage of California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in 2018, businesses serving California-based customers have been required to maintain security controls that protect sensitive
Third-Party Code (3PC) is a Major Threat to CCPA Compliance
Six months after it went into effect at the start of 2020, legal enforcement of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) finally began on the first of
TikTok? U.S Politicians Should Be Worried About Foreign Threats on Their Candidate Websites
The integrity of our political process and national security requires taking a look at the broader digital ecosystem to better understand how foreign powers can
The Demise of 3rd-Party Tracking Cookies is A Victory for Data Privacy, But What Comes Next Will be Worse
At the beginning of this year, Google announced that by 2022, the Chrome web browser will drop support for third-party tracking cookies, which – until now –
How COVID-19 Exposes Serious Flaws in Our Digital Ecosystem
Criticism of U.K’s Tracing App Highlight Digital Threats to Patient Confidentiality It’s been two months since the U.K. first implemented lockdown policies to slow the spread of
Consumers Are the Victims of Data Theft, Not Corporations
Imagine waking up one day to find a strange letter in your mailbox from a popular department store. Inside is a brand-new credit card, and
Guarding the Digital Front Door: Reducing Risks to Customer Data
According to the Breach Level Index, 13,443,149,623 data records have been lost or stolen since 2013 with more than 3-billion records compromised just in 2018. That
Understanding GDPR, CCPA, and the burgeoning data compliance rules and regulations is a full-time job. As we’ve seen with security in the digital ecosystem most digital privacy officers, attorneys, chief security officers, risk officers, and executives are concerned about the enterprise and the impact of these rules and regulations on their business and bottom line.
But we’re missing the point. The point of GDPR and CCPA is to protect the consumers that are visiting the digital assets of brands as part of the marketing and sales cycle.
As long as enterprises and institutions are concerned about themselves in context of data privacy rules and regulations we will find ourselves with ever-increasing in complex interpretations of these rules and regulations.