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GDPR-ready organizations see lowest risk of data breach

Organizations worldwide that invested in maturing their data privacy practices are now realizing tangible business benefits from these investments, according to Cisco’s 2019 Data Privacy Benchmark Study.

The Study validates the link between good privacy practice and business benefits as respondents report shorter sales delays as well as fewer and less costly data breaches.

Source: Cisco 2019 Data Privacy Benchmark Study | The Network

Despite media impact worries Bulgaria begins to implement GDPR amendments

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation took another step towards being integrated into Bulgarian law last week, when MPs in Sofia gave the green light to the second and final reading of changes to the nation’s data protection legislation.

Full article: Despite media impact worries Bulgaria begins to implement GDPR amendments

Does anonymization or de-identification require consent under the GDPR?

Data de-identification has many benefits in the context of the EU General Data Protection Regulation . One of the recurring questions is whether consent is required to anonymize or de-identify data. In this article, we make the case that no consent is required for anonymization or other forms of de-identification.

Full article: Does anonymization or de-identification require consent under the GDPR?

EU considers the possibility of legislating for Artificial Intelligence

Karolina Mojzesowicz, Deputy Head, Data Protection Unit, the European Commission, said that the EU Commission is now considering whether additional legislation is needed for AI.

The EU Commission wants to consider all fundamental rights together. GDRP only addresses personal data – freedom of expression and non-discrimination are other aspects to take into account, she said.

Source: EU considers the possibility of legislating for Artificial Intelligence – Privacy Laws & Business

GDPR Compliance Lowers Data Breach Frequency and Impact Says Report

Companies that follow the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) experience extra benefits such as lower frequency and effect of data breaches, as well as fewer records being impacted in the attacks, shorter downtimes and lower overall costs.

Full article: GDPR Compliance Lowers Data Breach Frequency and Impact Says Report

Data privacy rules in the EU may leave the US behind

The European Union has issued its first fine, cracking down on companies that misuse users’ personal data. Why hasn’t the US taken a similarly strong approach?

Americans use online services in the same way as our European counterparts, and at generally similar rates. And U.S. consumers’ privacy has been harmed by the ever-growing number of data breaches affecting financial institutions, retailers and government targets.

Full article: Data privacy rules in the EU may leave the US behind

Davos develops drone regulation how-to for governments

At its annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, the World Economic Forum launched what it’s calling the Advanced Drone Operator’s Toolkit.

While that may sound like a development package for drone nerds, it’s actually a set of guidelines, recommendations, and lessons-learned for governments looking to roll out commercial drone operations.

Source: Davos develops drone regulation how-to for governments (and the FAA should pay attention) | ZDNet

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