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Multicloud Data Security and Privacy for Hyperscale Environment

Recently  Srinivas Avarsala, VP, Product Management at Securiti and Norm Fjeldheim, former CIO at Illumina and Qualcomm discussed the challenges of multicloud data security and privacy in hyperscale environment. Today, multicloud strategy is widely deployed. Research suggests that...

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Cookie Consent in the European Legal Framework: GDPR and e-Privacy Directive

In today’s digital world, businesses collect a wealth of personal data, rely on it, and use it for assessing data subjects’ preferences, building their profiles and sending targeted advertisements, promotions, customized products and recommendations or suggestions that you...

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The New EU e-Privacy Regulation Draft

On January 5, 2021, the Council of the European Union under the Portuguese Presidency released the new draft, draft 14th of the e-Privacy Regulation which is meant to replace the e-Privacy Directive. The latest draft of the e-Privacy...

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Post Schrems-II: 5 Essential To Dos For Transatlantic Data Flows

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The Future of Data Privacy Under The New Administration

Global data privacy laws and regulations have been evolving for several years. These privacy laws have come a long way from sectoral guidelines, local regulations, and laws to comprehensive national-level legislation that applies extraterritorially. Many of these laws...

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State of data privacy and security

Recently Rehan Jalil (CEO of Securiti) appeared on Metis podcast to discuss the state of data privacy and security.. In this podcast, Rehan shared his experience on how organizations tackle opportunities and risks due to data. A short...

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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 European Union (CJEU) delivered...

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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 personal information in the...

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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) invalidated the Privacy...