Other States Take Note: California State Assembly Passes AB 2273

Sep 15, 2022

The California assembly recently passed a comprehensive age-appropriate privacy legislation– the California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act, also known as AB 2273. If approved by Governor Newsom, the Act would require businesses that “provide online services, products, or features that are likely to be accessed by children” to increase their level of privacy and safety protections.

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Too Much or Too Little? The Risks of Under- or Over-Reporting Data Breaches

Aug 10, 2022

Given the complexity of breach notification laws, companies are often found under- or over-reporting data breaches.

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Recession-Proof Your Privacy Program

Jun 16, 2022

With talks of an impending recession, now is a critical time for organizations to turn inwards and focus on costly legacy operations, like mitigating privacy risks and streamlining incident management.

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Increased Reliance on Third Parties and the Benefits of Digital Transformation

May 19, 2022

The 2022 RadarFirst Incident Benchmark Report shows untapped potential of digital transformation in privacy management.

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Connecticut Enacts Consumer Data Privacy Law, Adding to Compliance Complexity

May 12, 2022

A win for consumers, Connecticut became the fifth state to enact a comprehensive data privacy law. Following in the footsteps as such states as California, Colorado, Virginia, and Utah, the law allows residents to opt-out of sales, targeted advertising, and profiling. Learn more in the blog.

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Unlocking Your Digital Transformation Strategy

May 5, 2022

As I continue to share my thoughts on the recently published 2022 RadarFirst Privacy Incident Benchmark Report, I turn my attention to the topic of unlocking your digital transformation strategy. The phrase “digital transformation” is commonly used, and highly desired in maturing companies and industries; however, successful outcomes require the same rigor as we take with, say, product testing.

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