CANADA PROPOSED NEW DATA PRIVACY LEGISLATION

Canada Proposes New Data Privacy Legislation

It’s been a busy year for privacy legislation. California voted to expand the scope of personal information, the EU put limits on data transfers to the United States, and Brazil unveiled a law that, among other things, calls for companies to hire a Data Protection Officer.  Since 2000, data privacy in Canada’s private sector has…
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Hiring A CISO

How to Hire Your First CISO

It’s no secret that CISOs improve business value. For one thing, your company’s security and data-protection strategy is largely in the hands of your Chief Information Security Officer (CISO).  Even presidential campaigns are accepting this reality–former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign just hired cybersecurity expert Chris DeRusha to protect against the hacks and leaks that…
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GCPR And CCPA Enforcement

Unforgiving GDPR Enforcement Sets the Tone for CCPA Enforcement

Now that the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) are fully-enforceable (CCPA enforcement started July 1), most of the Western world is subject to some pretty serious data privacy standards. But with any law, there’s a difference between what’s written in the rule book, and a governing body’s endgame…
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