HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS ISSUE
- 2022: The Year of the Privacy Vault
- Developers of the Future
- How work from home impacts security
- The HIPAA Wall of Shame
What data privacy trends should you expect to see in 2022? Legal experts share their top predictions, including more data privacy compliance legislation, increased restrictions on data residency, and increased regulatory and media scrutiny of the use of AdTech to track consumers online. Check out the full list of predictions here.
“As the pandemic continues to overwhelm (healthcare) providers and threat actors get savvier, healthcare data breaches are not slowing down.” Over 40 million people faced PHI exposure in 2021 due to data breaches. What are companies doing to avoid the HIPAA “Wall of Shame”?
What’s the risk of interconnected information systems with business partners? How do new privacy laws create uncertainty, and therefore, risk? Find out all this, and more, in IAPP’s Privacy Risk Study 2021.
As companies begin to see privacy as a value-add rather than a cost center, more and more companies are prioritizing hiring privacy engineers to help bolster consumer trust and accelerate company-wide innovation.
Hiring for developers is up 25% year-over-year, and just as the demand is up, so are the expectations. “Today, developers are held more directly responsible for the security of their code.” Take a peek into the future of developer expectations here.
Read why Dave Kellogg's immediate reaction to learning about data privacy vaults was, “This is obvious. This is huge; everyone needs this. I need to be a part of this.”
When you’re racing to get to market, storing your PCI data with a payment processor and offloading compliance to them seems like an easy way to save time. But what are the long term risks? Check out our recent blog here.
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