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Before 25 May 2020, the European Commission will present the first official evaluation of the GDPR, two years after the entry into application of the new regulation. The European Data Protection Board has given its view, as has the EU Member States. During this webinar, we will discuss the first lessons learned from the GDPR, including from the private sector.
In today’s uncertain environment, organizations are regularly confronting new and evolving risks. Data-related risks can stand alone or converge with other enterprise risks, such as third party risk, regulatory compliance risk – such as CCPA and GDPR, security risk, operational and financial risks.
The Nymity Privacy Management Accountability Framework(™) and the TrustArc Privacy and Data Governance Framework Combined for an Integrated Framework
COVID-19 has caused governments to close national borders, issue ‘shelter at home’ warnings, and cancel public and private group gatherings and events. Many companies have adopted policies and remote work practices requiring or allowing their employees to work from home in situations where their responsibilities can be managed off-premise. In this webinar we will address the most common challenges organizations […]
Watch this on-demand webinar for a quarterly update on US privacy law. In the quarterly sessions, we address the major events happening in the US for that period. In this session, we focus mainly on what we are seeing around consumer privacy law, which is currently very active across the nation. As expected, we are seeing quite a bit out […]
CCPA is here. Whether you are just starting, or have been working on your program for months, chances are you still have a lot of questions about CCPA compliance. Lots of these questions revolve around managing consumer requests effectively and efficiently
On 31 January 2020, the United Kingdom left the European Union. It is uncertain what the future holds for current privacy legislation. The new relationship between the UK and the EU will be negotiated in the course of this year, with the agreed transition period ending on 31 December. During this period, GDPR will apply as if nothing has changed. […]
What do organizations need to do to comply with the Turkish Data Protection Act? What does the obligation to register all processing activities entail? And what are the risk of non-compliance?
On November 1, 2019, the new European Commission will take office. President-elect Ursula von der Leyen has already announced that “A Europe fit for the digital age” will be one of her key priorities, which should include legislation for a coordinated European approach on the human and ethical implications of Artificial Intelligence in the first 100 days.