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Discover, classify, manage and protect sensitive data in Workday. Automate data subject rights fulfillment and maintain compliance with regulations such as GDPR, CCPA, LGPD, PCI and more.
Discover, classify, manage and protect sensitive data in Box. Automate data subject rights fulfillment and maintain compliance with regulations such as GDPR, CCPA, LGPD, PCI and more.
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Discover, classify, manage and protect sensitive data in Dropbox. Automate data subject rights fulfillment and maintain compliance with regulations such as GDPR, CCPA, LGPD, PCI and more.
Discover, classify, manage and protect sensitive data in SAP Successfactors. Automate data subject rights fulfillment and maintain compliance with regulations such as GDPR, CCPA, LGPD, PCI and more.
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Discover, classify, manage and protect sensitive data in Zendesk. Automate data subject rights fulfillment and maintain compliance with regulations such as GDPR, CCPA, LGPD, PCI and more.
Discover, classify, manage and protect sensitive data in Apache Hive. Automate data subject rights fulfillment and maintain compliance with regulations such as GDPR, CCPA, LGPD, PCI and more.
Discover, classify, manage and protect sensitive data in Apache Spark SQL. Automate data subject rights fulfillment and maintain compliance with regulations such as GDPR, CCPA, LGPD, PCI and more.
Discover, classify, manage and protect sensitive data in Cassandra. Automate data subject rights fulfillment and maintain compliance with regulations such as GDPR, CCPA, LGPD, PCI and more.
Discover, classify, manage and protect sensitive data in Couchbase. Automate data subject rights fulfillment and maintain compliance with regulations such as GDPR, CCPA, LGPD, PCI and more.
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Comply with global regulations related to data security & privacy
Snowflake is a cloud based data warehouse that allows organizations to run large scale data analytics projects to uncover business insights, run or train machine learning models, and modernize their data infrastructure.
Microsoft O365 is the ubiquitous productivity suite for every business worker. Users rely on Office products such as OneDrive and SharePoint to collaborate with their co-workers.
Organizations want to migrate their on-premises data to cloud data stores to take advantage of scale and flexibility while reducing operational cost of managing on-premises infrastructure. However, due to privacy regulations such as GDPR, CCPA administrators have to ensure that data is migrated in compliance with these laws.
Protecting sensitive content is a priority for all organizations, however, due to volume of sensitive content and
While data aids in business decision making, global privacy regulations such as GDPR, CPRA require organization to identify personal & sensitive data & use only for its intended purpose and implement adequate protection.
Securiti enables organizations to meet multiple regulations around the world and helps with compliance requirements through AI-driven PI data discovery, DSR automation, documented accountability, enhanced visibility into data processing activities and AI-driven process automation.
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The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was signed into law on June 28, 2018 and is scheduled to come into effect on January 01, 2020. Often compared to GDPR, CCPA protects consumers from mismanagement of their personal data and gives the consumer control over what data is collected, processed, shared or sold.
The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) will take effect from January 1, 2023, and will apply to personal information collected on or after January 1, 2022. Enforcement of the CPRA will start six months later (July 1, 2023). The CPRA builds upon the CCPA, strengthening user privacy for California residents.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on May 25, 2018 and changed the global privacy landscape. It has broadened the definition of processing activities and personal data, impacting companies worldwide, and has tightened the rules to obtain consent before processing information.
The Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados (LGPD) is modeled with similarities to the General European Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and contains sixty-five articles. It was approved on August 14, 2018 and its validity has undergone several changes, the last relevant fact being MPV 959. LGPD is in effect since September 18, 2020. The sanctions by the ANPD (Brazilian Data Protection Authority) were postponed to August 2021. The LGPD allows people have more rights over their data and expects organizations to comply with their regulations or face heavy penalties or fines.
China has complex data protection and data security regime, however, the following are three main laws that primarily cover China’s data protection and data security regulatory framework. These laws are:
UAE have number of laws in place that govern privacy as well as data security in the UAE. Some of those includes:
The government of New Zealand has recently replaced its long-existing Privacy Act of 1993 with a modernized version, the Privacy Act 2020. The New Zealand Privacy Act 2020 (NZPA) will take effect from December 1, 2020.
The Personal Data Protection Act, B.E. 2562 (2019) ('PDPA') is Thailand's first consolidated data protection law, which was published in the Thai Government Gazette on 27 May 2019. This law was said to go into effect on 27 May 2020. However, in May 2020, the Thai Cabinet through a Royal Decree has deferred the enforcement of certain data protection provisions of the PDPA until 31 May 2021.
In order to protect the data of individuals in South Africa, Parliament assented to the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) on 19th November 2013. The commencement date of section 1, Part A of Chapter 5, section 112 and section 113 was 11 April 2014. The commencement date of the remaining sections (excluding section 110 and 114(4)) was 1st July 2020. As per the Regulator’s Operational Readiness Plan the Regulator will be able to take enforcement actions for the violation of POPIA by July 1st 2021.
The Australia Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act) was enacted to protect the privacy of data subjects and regulate how Australian agencies and organizations with an annual turnover of more than $3 million handle their customers’ personal information.
Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) comprises various provisions governing the collection, disclosure, use, and care of personal data. It recognizes the rights of individuals to have more control over their personal data and the needs of organizations to collect, use, or disclose personal data for legitimate and reasonable purposes.
On April 13, 2000, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) received Royal Assent. It came into force in stages, beginning on January 1, 2001. PIPEDA came fully into effect on January 1, 2004. The legislation applies to organizations that collect, use or disclose personal information in the course of commercial activities.
After the invalidation of Privacy Shield, many companies are relying on the SCCs in order to continue transferring data of EU citizens to companies based in countries who are not deemed adequate for data transfer.
After the CJEU judgement, it is clear that these companies have to conduct Risk Assessments with the data recipients in these countries in order to ensure they have enough controls to mitigate any potential data or regulatory risk.
On January 31, 2020, the government of Saudi Arabia issued the Executive Regulations to the Saudi E-Commerce Law 2019 (“ECL”) that was in effect since October 2019. The Executive Regulations together with the ECL (“Law”) aim to protect consumers’ personal data by requiring organizations to take appropriate technical and administrative measures.
Turkey was one of the first countries to start the trend of legislating data protection. Turkey published “Law on the Protection of Personal Data No. 6698 (LPPD) covering personal data protection on April 07, 2016.” The LPPD is based on the European Union Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC and has several similarities with the GDPR. It aims to give data subjects’ control over their personal data and outlines obligations that organizations and individuals dealing with personal data must comply with. The LPPD has also provided comprehensive guidelines for the transfer of personal data to the third parties.
In December 2019, India, following several other countries' footsteps on the privacy laws' developments, introduced the Personal Data Protection Bill (PDPB) to regulate the processing, collection, and storage of personal data.
The Irish Data Protection Act, 2018 (Irish DPA) implements the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and transposes the European Union Law Enforcement Directive in Ireland. Since it incorporates most of the provisions from the GDPR and the Law Enforcement Directive with limited additions and deletions as per the national law, it is considered to be the principal data protection legislation in Ireland.
The Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance (Cap. 486) as amended in 2012 (the “PDPO) is the primary legislation in Hong Kong which was enacted to protect the privacy of individuals’ personal data, and regulate the collection, holding, processing, disclosure, or use of personal data by the organizations.. The Data Protection Principles ( the “DPPs or DPP ''), which are contained in Schedule 1 to the PDPO, outline how entities should collect, handle, disclose, and use personal data.
In 2012, the Philippines passed the comprehensive privacy law, Data Privacy Act 2012 Republic Act. No, 10173 (the "DPA"). The DPA recognizes the rights of individuals to have more control over their personal data while ensuring a free flow of information to promote innovation and growth.
South Korea has a general law and several special laws that cover data protection and individuals' privacy. South Korea's data protection regime is considered one of the strictest data protection regimes owing to its notification requirements, opt-in consent, extensive data subject rights, mandatory data breach notifications, and heavy sanctions in case of non-compliance.
The Act on the Protection of Personal Information (the "APPI'') regulates personal related information and applies to any Personal Information Controller (the “PIC''), that is a person or entity providing personal related information for use in business in Japan. The APPI also applies to the foreign PICs which handle personal information of data subjects (“principals”) in Japan for the purpose of supplying goods or services to those persons.
Qatar is the first gulf country that has passed a national data privacy law and has paved the way for all other gulf countries to follow suit. In 2016, Qatar enacted Law no. 13 Concerning Personal Data Protection (the “DPL”). Qatar became the first Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member state to issue an “European Style” applicable data protection law. The DPL establishes a certain degree of personal data protection, provides data subject rights, and prescribes the guidelines for organizations for the processing of personal data within Qatar.
Bahrain has become a part of the countries that have enacted a data privacy regulation to protect the rights of their residents. On 12 July 2018, Bahrain drafted its law on data protection regulation, Law No. 30. This then went on to go into effect on the 1st of August 2019 as the Bahrain Personal Data Protection Law (PDPL) and supersedes all other laws. The PDPL recognizes the rights of individuals to have more control over their personal data and the needs of organizations to collect, use, or disclose personal data for legitimate purposes.
After the Success of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in California, Virginia is now following the same path. The Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA) has been passed and will go into effect on 1st of January 2023. This law is closely designed after the newer California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) but with a few significant and important differences.
After the VCDPA in Virginia, Colorado has closely followed suit and has passed their own comprehensive data privacy law to protect the personal data of the residents of Colorado.The Colorado Privacy Act (CPA) was signed into law on the 8th of July, 2021 and has been modelled closely after the VCDPA.
Saudi Arabia has drafted a data privacy regulation to protect the personal data of individuals in Saudi Arabia. This law was approved by the Council of Ministers in Saudi Arabia and is named the Personal Data Protection Law (the “PDPL”).
Uganda’s Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019 seeks to protect Uganda’s citizens and their personal data by outlining and implementing rules for processing personal data and sensitive personal data by entities within or outside the country.
Ghana Data Protection Act 2012 establishes a comprehensive set of provisions governing the collection, processing, use, and protection of personal data by the data controller or data processor.
Kenya’s Data Protection Act, 2019 (DPA) is based on the framework of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), making it the third region in East Africa to have enacted and enforced data protection regulations.
Although there is no comprehensive data protection law in Indonesia, however, there are several regulations that regulate the personal data processed in the electronic systems by the Electronic Service Providers (ESPs).
Malaysia’s Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) was passed by the Parliament of Malaysia on 2 June 2010. The PDPA sets out a complete cross-sectoral framework to protect the personal data of individuals with respect to commercial transactions.
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On November 28th, 2021, the UAE Cabinet enacted the Federal Decree-Law No. 45 of 2021 regarding the Protection of Personal Data.
China has drafted its new data protection law, Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) that will strengthen the regulatory framework for privacy and data protection in China.
The video gives an overview of South Africa's Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA).
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