Identity access management and security services to drive worldwide spending growth.
Companies are facing a Catch-22 with customers, who are frustrated when brands fail to deliver relevant shopping experiences but who also are concerned about personal data privacy. Forty-nine percentof customers are concerned about privacy, yet subscribe to intelligent services designed to anticipate their needs, according to research from Accenture.
ENISA publishes a report destined to familiarise data protection experts with the terminology of certification and to clarify concepts which are relevant to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) certification. The report identifies and analyses challenges and opportunities faced by data protection certification mechanisms, including seals and marks.
The level of ignorance within industry about data protection laws has been underlined by a survey that found nearly three-fourths (69%) of companies believed that their cloud provider was taking care of all data privacy and compliance regulations and also protecting the company’s data in the cloud.
The results of a TrustArc survey earlier this year were far from encouraging: 61 percent of respondents, privacy professionals at 204 U.S. companies, had not started the process of GDPR implementation. That was in May, a year out from the GDPR coming into force.
Western consumers are less likely to share email addresses and other data with brands than people in developing countries.
Companies have seen a “staggering” increase in data breaches, according to a study by Gemalto.
A new study reveals the true costs of GDPR compliance – it begins with $1 million for technology alone.
Governments must not release any personal data under open data schemes unless privacy safeguards are “bulletproof”, a UN expert on privacy has told the General Assembly in New York.
Two in five company directors in the UK do not know whether new EU data protection laws will apply to their business, a new survey has found.