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The CCPA is currently set to be the toughest privacy law in the United States and will bring unprecedented change to the U.S. privacy law landscape.
On 1 January 2020 the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will enter into application. A few weeks later, the new Brazilian Data Protection Law (LGPD) will start to apply.
The GDPR replaces current EU legal obligations requiring you to notify and register your processing activities with local Data Protection Authorities.
A comprehensive listing of over 130 privacy management activities identified through Nymity’s global data privacy accountability research.
Nymity’s research with privacy officers, policy makers and regulators have identified the critical success factors for demonstrating compliance
As most U.S. companies are aware, as of 1 January 2020, organizations that collect information of California State residents will need to be able to handle consumer rights requests and transparency requirements under the new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
Privacy professionals are increasingly challenged to filter and stay on top of all privacy developments in an ever-changing international regulatory environment.
At the latest count, 11 states in the United States were discussing legislation introducing new privacy rights for consumers, either inspired by the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) or by the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The GDPR has been in force for almost a full year and it is clear data protection authorities are taking its application seriously.
The CCPA is considered to be one of the most significant legislative privacy developments in the country and given California’s status as the fifth largest economy in the world its impact is anticipated expected to be global.
In today’s digital world, companies of all types and sizes need to protect their critical data assets against cyberattacks and data breaches.
With the dust of the entry into application of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) barely settled, the data protection community is shaping up to deal with the next set of challenges
Most privacy laws from around the world contain one or more provisions to allow individuals to understand what organizations know about them and how their data is being processed.
An accountability approach to comply with multiple laws is a pragmatic, scalable and proven method for supporting compliance
What it means to demonstrate compliance, and what kind of evidence should be provided however, has not been clearly defined.
Since the introduction of GDPR in 2018, more people are aware that data protection exists, and that they have rights to better understand what is happening with their data.