GDPR

Exploring the Privacy & Security Regulations that Businesses Need to Consider

Guidelines provide a form of protection, should they remain compliant, as the fallout of a security breach can be devastating to any enterprise

Anna Trybocka

4 Essentials for Complying With the New Data Privacy Regulations

Consumers need reassurance and protection from the entities they trust with their data. The onus will be on companies to provide those things, and a failure to do so will prove costly.

Jeffery Lauria

Does Customer Data Privacy Actually Matter? It Should.

Big tech has lost the confidence of consumers but seems to be awakening to what a problem that is.

Keith Casey

France Fines Google $57 Million Over Data Transparency

The country claims Google violated the GDPR with opaque policies.

Jon Fingas

Think You Ticked All the Boxes for GDPR? Think Again.

GDPR is far more than an IT issue and companies still need to make changes to become compliant.

Dan Smith

Apple CEO Tim Cook Calls for GDPR-Style Privacy Laws in the U.S.

He said he believes personal data is being 'weaponized.'

Rachel England

What Businesses Need to Know Post-GDPR

A lot of questions remain, and more attention needs to be paid to the "right to be forgotten."

Dan Hartveld

With GDPR Disrupting Email Marketing, LinkedIn Is the Best Alternative

You may have a smaller list, but it will be more engaged and responsive.

Melanie Goodman

Rather Than Complaining About Privacy Laws, This Data Aggregator Sees Them as an Opportunity

Innoplexus is working on solutions in response to GDPR and other data privacy restrictions.

BizCast

We Need an Internet Bill of Rights

We cannot preserve the good things about the internet if all the bad things are left unchecked.