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Why you need to adopt SECURITI.ai’s Consent Management Platform

  Since the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has released updated Guidelines on Consent, Consent Management Platforms (CMPs) have been reevaluating their practices in relation to governance, collection and management of users’ consent. Gone are...

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Analyzing Assessments and Additional Safeguards for Cross Border Data Transfers post Schrems-II

  The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) released a decision invalidating the US-EU Privacy Shield arrangement for transatlantic data transfers and changing obligations of data controllers when using Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs)...

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EDPB’s Updated Guidelines on Consent

  On May 4, 2020, the European Data Protection Board released updated guidelines on Consent (Guidelines). The Guidelines adhere to the requirements of consent provided under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the e-Privacy...

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Schrems-II judgment opens door for complaints on EU-US transfers

  Things are getting serious for 101 EU data controllers sending data to the US – Max Schrems’ organization “NOYB” lodges complaints with various EU authorities One month ago, the Court of Justice of the...

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Thailand’s first-ever Personal Data Protection Act

  The government of Thailand has passed its first-ever data protection law, the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) that came into effect in May 2020. Like the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the...

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The e-Privacy Directive and the e-Privacy Regulation – What to Expect

  With the increase in digitalization and its impacts on the globe, a new wave of data privacy laws has emerged. Countries all across the world are increasingly acknowledging the need for the protection of...

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Evolve Your Data Mapping

  Whether the goal is compliance or data governance, to assess risk and apply necessary controls, organizations must be able to accurately track a piece of information (data) from its point of collection to its...

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New Dubai Data Protection Law

In this era where data privacy regulations are sprouting up almost daily, another city has taken data privacy rights into consideration and devised a law that resembles the likes of GDPR. In 2004, Dubai’s International...

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The Privacy Shield has been broken: What’s Next?

In a major upset, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in Data Protection Commissioner v. Facebook Ireland Limited, Maximilian Schrems (Case C-311/18) (or colloquially referred to as Schrems-II in the privacy community)...

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Practical Implementation of the Changes Introduced by New Zealand’s New Privacy Act

The Privacy Act 2020 was passed by the New Zealand Government in June 2020. The new Act will introduce several key changes that will significantly improve privacy protections for individuals in New Zealand. Organisations will...

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10 Tips to Prepare for CCPA Enforcement

With the July 1 enforcement date fast approaching, California's Office of the Attorney General (OAG) has finalized the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA or the “Act”). Several sections of the finalized Act are critical to...

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The Solution to Overcoming Healthcare Compliance Challenges

In 2009 fewer than 46% of all medical providers in the United States used electronic records, with the majority still using paper patient records, faxes, and handwritten charts. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act...

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6 Keys to Automating the DSAR Process Under CCPA

In our previous blog post “How to Manage DSARs Under CCPA Efficiently and Effectively” we defined and discussed Data Subject Access Rights or DSARs under the CCPA legislation. We provided information and guidelines that should...

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How to Manage DSARs Under CCPA Efficiently and Effectively

Many business owners, compliance professionals, and IT security staff have been scrambling to deal with the impact that GDPR had when it took effect on May 25th, 2018. Over 12 significant fines have been levied...

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SECURITI.ai named “Most Innovative Startup 2020” for AI-Powered PrivacyOps, by RSAC 2020

We are excited to be named “Most Innovative Startup 2020” as winner of the RSA Conference Innovation Sandbox Contest. We have always admired this competition, as it is based on a set of criteria that...

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DSARs: What You Need to Know

A Data Subject Access Request (DSAR) is the means by which individuals request that your enterprise discloses what personal data it holds on them and how you use or intend to use it. Submitting DSARs...

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Accelerating business value with PrivacyOps

If you’re reading this, you care about data privacy. Maybe you care about it in the scope of your job responsibilities, or perhaps you care about it personally: in the scope of your own personal...

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When it Comes to CCPA, Manual Methods Can Kill You

To comply with modern regulations like CCPA, we need to rethink privacy. Privacy needs to be operationalized with automated discovery of each individual’s data across structured and unstructured systems and layers of automation and orchestration...

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4 Types of Personal Data Under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

Organizations collect and store vast amounts of people’s data to provide services and enhance those over time. Consumers, on the other hand, are usually unaware of what data is being collected or used as long...

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Wall Street Journal Highlights How SECURITI.ai Can Help Companies Comply with CCPA and Data-Privacy Laws

With the CCPA just around the corner and all the regulations that come along with it, companies are scrambling to stay compliant. Failure to do so can lead to fines up to $7,500 per affected...

SECURITI.ai Named a Leader in Privacy Management Software by Forrester

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