HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS ISSUE
- Taxpayers aren't fans of video selfies
- 60% of organizations will have this by 2025
- Are you ready for a blizzard of compliance headaches?
The IRS is reversing a decision to require taxpayers to use facial recognition to build and log into online accounts. This reversal was driven by bipartisan privacy concerns around outsourcing facial recognition software to a third party.
“By 2025, 60% of large organizations will use one or more privacy-enhancing computation techniques in analytics, business intelligence or cloud computing.” Learn more in Gartner’s latest report here.
The European Union Agency For Cybersecurity published a report on data protection engineering for “practical implementation of technical aspects of data protection by design and by default.” You can read their analysis and recommendations here.
Do you know the different format attributes of a token? Or the actual differences between tokenization and encryption? Check out this article by AWS to brush up on the basics of tokenization, identify common use cases for tokenization, and learn what kind of tokenization strategy is best for your business.
A “flurry of domestic and international” regulations are coming up this year, which means a blizzard of compliance headaches are also coming your way. Check out this article by National Law Review to stay on top of upcoming data privacy regulations in the United States and worldwide.
Google has announced several privacy updates "which are meant to limit the sharing of data across apps and with third parties." This, coupled with Apple's focus on consumer privacy, signals "a growing demand from consumers, regulators and politicians" on giving consumers greater control over their data.
The evolution of our technology stack has been a direct result of creative engineers meeting the needs and demands of their users. However, our technology and product processes are ill-equipped to deal with the new demand for privacy.
If your company has a data analytics pipeline to a data warehouse, you’re right to be concerned about the impact of aggregating customer PII, PHI, and PCI on data privacy and security. Learn how you can de-identify data in a pipeline built on AWS, so you can use sensitive data while preserving privacy.
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