HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS ISSUE
- Privacy Trends are on the Rise in 2022
- The Parking App That's Collecting Your PII
- Pros and Cons of Telemedicine
- Never Create a Category, Unless You Must
Is your company ready for an influx of privacy regulations?
By 2023, Gartner predicts that “65% of the world’s population will have its personal data covered under modern privacy regulations.” Will you be ready?
What do we want? Privacy! When do we want it? Now!
Covid moved a vast majority of our communications online — which sparked consumer interest and demand for data privacy. Since then, many companies “have pivoted to incorporate privacy-respecting features”. Read Sequoia’s blog on The Rising Consumer Demand for Data Privacy and Autonomy.
You found a parking spot, but lost your privacy?
Imagine this: You just pulled into a retailer's parking lot. The next thing you know, they have your license plate number, vehicle details, and other PII. Creepy, right? It's happening, but where is this data going? And what is it being used for?
It's not all roses (and stethoscopes)
Going back 5 years, we probably wouldn’t have predicted healthcare to be where it is today. With the advance of telemedicine, practitioners can interact with more patients than ever. However, it’s not all roses. Telemedicine increases risks to patient data privacy and the potential for misdiagnosis due to poor video quality. Learn more here.
25 Data Protection Predictions from 14 Experts for 2022
What should you be thinking about in terms of data protection heading into 2022? Check out these predictions from experts to get a head start on your company’s data protection plans.
Companies have sensitive data, plain and simple. But managing sensitive data is anything but easy. Listen to Anshu Sharma’s interview with theCube as he digs into data privacy vaults, best practices for treating PII, and running operations on encrypted data.
Never Create a Category, Unless You Must
We’re in the era of the developer and the API, but most security solutions were built for the era of IT and the server. So where does that leave us? With the opportunity to build a new category around data privacy and zero trust architecture. Check out our blog to learn more.
NCSA National Data Privacy Week
January 24-28, Online.
February 7-10, San Francisco, CA.
March 6-9, Miami Beach, FL.
March 14-18, Orlando, FL.
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- Senior Security Partner (anywhere)
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