HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS ISSUE
- 90% of people won't buy from organizations that don't do this
- The balance between privacy and data utilization
- Cybersecurity talent in high demand
- The benefits of being proactive
This stat says it all. People want to know that their sensitive data is safe and secure. Check out Cisco’s annual review of key privacy issues, "Privacy Becomes Mission Critical", to learn more about privacy trends, privacy’s high ROI, and the impact of privacy regulations.
The United States and the European Union recently reached a new agreement on the Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework (TADPF). President Biden commented on the agreement: “Today we have agreed to unprecedented protections for data privacy and security for our citizens.” Read the latest statement on TADPF from the White House here.
How do organizations fully utilize data without breaking security and the trust of their users? Read “Gaining business advantage through privacy engineering” to learn some suggested strategies to put privacy front and center while still getting the most out of your data.
“Email marketing giant Mailchimp has confirmed a data breach after malicious hackers compromised an internal company tool to gain access to customer accounts.” Despite quick response times from Mailchimp, the hackers were able to download and export audience data from over 100 accounts. This incident is another reminder of the importance of being vigilant and proactive in an era of increasingly sophisticated cybercrime.
As more people work from home due to Covid restrictions and precautions, threats of cybersecurity attacks are on the rise. So naturally, companies and government agencies are looking for cybersecurity professionals to help safeguard their data and networks. In the last 12 months alone cybersecurity job openings have increased by 29%. Read more about the surge in demand for cybersecurity professionals and how the U.S. is looking to address the gap in openings and talent.
“State-level momentum for comprehensive privacy bills is at an all-time high.” Stay up to date with the latest privacy policies across the United States, such as Utah’s new Consumer Privacy Act (SB 227), with IAPP’s privacy legislation tracker.
Hear from Robin Andruss, Skyflow’s Chief Privacy Officer, on her career in the data privacy field – from Google to Twilio to Skyflow – as well as the importance of privacy by design and building privacy into the early stages of application and service development.
Skyflow and Plaid announced their partnership today. Through this partnership, Plaid customers will be able to quickly get up and running with Skyflow’s Data Privacy Vault so they can worry less about privacy and focus more on building their core products. Learn more about the partnership here.
Stay up to date on all things data privacy with these upcoming events.
AWS Summit London: April 27, London.
IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy: May 22-26, San Francisco, CA.
RSA Conference 2022: June 6-9, San Francisco, CA.
Money20/20 Europe: June 7-9, Amsterdam.
Snowflake Summit 2022: June 13-16, Las Vegas, NV.
PEPR 2022: June 23-24, Online.
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