In the first part of this blog series we took a look at the the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) that is coming into effect in January 2020. The implications of being off side with the new regulations are not trivial and apply to more than 500,000 US businesses according to the IAPP - not to mention any business around the world that has the personal data of California businesses and meet the relevant threshold. That is A LOT of businesses. Now how is that possible you ask? Let’s take a closer look at the businesses who will fall under the CCPA’s umbrella come 2020.Read More
Privacy and protection of personal information has almost always seemed like it should be a basic human right everywhere in the world, not only in the European Union where it has long been acknowledged as such. Within the last 10 years, however, that notion has been blurred by social media, the rise of online shopping, and subsequently the hacking of just about everything that lives on the Internet. For the longest time people have sort of just accepted this overreach and misuse of their personal information as the price you pay for using the Internet. Sure, maybe they delete Facebook for a while or change their passwords, but now that is starting to seem like it is not enough and governments from around the world are beginning to step in, in a big way.Read More
With RSA Conference 2018 behind us, we asked Onliner Derek Nwamadi to share some of his observations from the conference floor.
This year’s RSA Conference did not disappoint. Once again attendees were treated to a great line up of presentations, events, and an always impressive expo floor. Looking back at my week at RSA, one word kept coming to
Trust; we seem to be living in an age where we are technology and data rich but trust poor.
As always, there are some technologies and buzzwords that become industry hot buttons and generally drive it for the rest of the year (more on that later).
With the European Union’s GDPR regulation coming into effect on May 25, we sat down with Online’s legal counsel/privacy consultant, Laura Sulymosi, to discuss the biggest questions being asked by organizations looking to be compliant.