GDPR’s impact: The first six months

GDPR is now six months old – it’s time to take an assessment of the regulation’s impact so far. At first blush it would appear very little has changed. There are no …

Privacy laws do not understand human error

In a world of increasingly punitive regulations like GDPR, the combination of unstructured data and human error represents one of the greatest risks an organization faces. …

You gotta fight, for your right, to erasure

According to Article 17 of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), all personal data that is no longer necessary must be removed and deleted. This …

Why pushback on the CCPA is wrong

Since GDPR was implemented on May 25th, 2018 one big question has been lurking in the U.S.: When will the U.S. Federal Government follow suit? With the spate of breaches over …