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Many corporations around the globe are preparing for May 2018, when Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enforcement kicks in. The regulation encompasses a wide range of nuanced privacy requirements that can be challenging to operationalize. In particular, requirements around the rights of European data subjects — which include the right to be forgotten and rights to access, rectification and objection to processing — will be some of the most difficult to address.
By Jeffrey Higel, Michael Bahar and Mike Nelson
Why Collecting Children’s Online Data is a Risk
As convenient, useful and cool mobile technology and interconnected devices are, they come with risks that remain largely unseen or, worse, ignored. For manufacturers, they also pose regulatory litigation, and insurance risks, especially when children end up using their “smart” products.
By Mark Sangster
California’s Consumer Privacy Act, signed into law earlier this year, follows a growing line of consumer privacy laws, such as the European General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), Canadian Breach of Security Safeguards Regulations of the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), and related New York Department of Financial Services Cybersecurity Rules and Regulations (NYCRR 500).
By Michael Bahar, Frank Nolan and Trevor Satnick
Companies Impacted By California’s SB-327 — Especially Manufacturers and Distributors of IoT Devices — Should Work to Ensure Compliance With the Act As Soon As Possible If Regulatory Fallout Is to Be Avoided Come January 2020
While a great deal of attention has focused on the California Consumer Privacy Act, California also passed a less-publicized, but highly critical, statute that will regulate certain aspects of Internet of Things device security.
By Rebecca Yoder
Artificial intelligence and automation are creeping into the workplace of every industry, bringing the added benefits of efficiency and security. As more organizations implement AI solutions across their departments, businesses still relying on outdated, manual processes will fall behind.