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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?

Change is coming. And it’s coming for digital adverting faster than ever with an accelerated pace due in large part to an online shift driven by COVID-19 over the past two years.

Look out! The Middle East and North Africa are following in the footsteps of the US and Europe when it comes to privacy regulations. Six new data privacy laws were introduced recently, and there are more…

With the rise of big data, companies now obtain and store many data in massive quantities. As a result, they end up having giant repositories of unused data stored in their servers, also called data graveyards.

Already 2 years since the global pandemic started, and the onset of COVID-19 still is a tremendous challenge for companies.

Raising capital is necessary, and a sometimes painful task most companies endure. Positioning your company, team, and product in a way that is irresistible for investors is an art.

To improve their services and stay competitive, companies use artificial intelligence to understand their customers’ needs and preferences.

The privacy landscape is shifting and changing fast. We are experiencing a rising demand from consumers to maintain data privacy standards. At the same time, rapidly changing privacy laws are being introduced worldwide.

Today, most companies use advertising technologies (AdTech) to reach their consumers and better understand their preferences, leading to multiple data protection risks.