2020 was a monumental year for privacy around the globe. From the "Schrems II" ruling to California's continued commitment to consumer privacy regulations - the definitions and scope of consumer data privacy compliance continues to evolve and expand daily, with no signs of slowing down. According to Gartner almost two-thirds of the world’s population will have their personal data covered by GDPR-style data privacy rulebooks by 2023
As businesses look to invest in their privacy programs and underlying data infrastructure to meet those obligations, it’s important to put systems in place that are designed not just for the needs of today, but for the potential and promise of tomorrow.
Where is data compliance and privacy headed next? How can you prepare to succeed in a post regulatory world? What type of tools should you consider investing in? This paper highlights the key trends we'll see take place in the next few years including:
- Regulatory compliance as the floor, not the ceiling
- The rise of the "data briefcase"
- Employee data handling requirements
Forward-thinking organizations know regulatory compliance is just the beginning. Read the white paper today to learn more.