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Privacy, Security, and IT have similar goals. Unfortunately, they sometimes have a conflicting relationship inside an organization.

Post-2020, the rise of social media platforms and third-party cookies tracking users across the internet generated massive volumes of personal data.



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Global privacy laws bloom one after the other: first the European GDPR, then the Brazilian LGPD, and now the Chinese PIPL.

Years ago, it was possible to manage a privacy program using spreadsheets. Now, privacy spreadsheet management has become time-consuming, exhausting, and anything but collaborative.

The last two years have provided the healthcare industry with numerous new challenges. While many healthcare providers remain in the thick of responding to COVID-19 at the delivery level, other IT, Privacy…

How does your privacy program stack up against your peers? What privacy challenges are stumping teams the most in 2022?

Organizations using the TrustArc platform can expect to see a 126% ROI in just three years!

On January 1 2021, the UK formally and effectively left the European Union.

On 1st November 2021, the new Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) of the People’s Republic of China entered into force.

The enactment of the GDPR in May of 2018 established a new data privacy precedent around the globe.

As technology progresses seamlessly into every corner of our daily life, digital security and data privacy are becoming inextricably entwined.

Never has the state-level momentum for comprehensive privacy bills been higher in the US. After the California Consumer Privacy Act passed in 2018…

In July 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union invalidated the Privacy Shield agreement between the European Union and the United States because it did not offer protection essentially equivalent…

Managing a privacy program for your business is complicated. Between new regulations being introduced and previous regulations changing, it’s hard to keep up. Why are there so many privacy regulations?