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On Our Radar: April 19, 2019

Last week I hit the road, finding myself in discussions around the state of privacy in a couple of contexts. At the Annual HCCA Compliance Institute in Boston, I found myself deep in discussions with privacy professionals who are in the thick of sorting through regulatory complexities and bear the weight of their organization’s pursuit of […]

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On Our Radar: April 12, 2019

My work with RADAR has afforded me the opportunity to attend a number of privacy events in the past few years. Just this week I had the pleasure of attending the American Bankers Association RIsk Management Conference in Austin. This event, which covered a wide range of risk concerns for banking professionals, surfaced many conversations […]

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On Our Radar: April 5, 2019

In my role at RADAR, I have the distinct pleasure of working directly with our customers, learning about the challenges they face and the success they find in building a strong culture of compliance within their organizations.

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On Our Radar: March 29, 2019

As a Legal and Privacy Associate at RADAR, staying ahead of the constantly changing privacy law landscape is part and parcel with my job. These days, when it comes to privacy law, change is the only constant. I find updates from regulators, regulatory enforcement actions, and individuals exercising their private right of action of particular […]

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On Our Radar: March 22, 2019

Welcome to the first part in an ongoing blog series, On Our Radar. The RADAR team is constantly researching and reading about the privacy industry. In this ever-shifting field, we recognize how important it is to stay on top of the latest advancements, news, and research impacting the way privacy professionals go about their work. […]

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As CCPA Effective Date Looms, Questions Remain

Last week, myself and members of the RADAR team were able to attend the IAPP CCPA Comprehensive in Fremont, California. This day-long program focused on the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), with a special focus on the act’s scope, definitions, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) inspiration, and areas for further clarification.

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The Sooner the Better: Increasing Specificity in Notification Timelines

Today’s world is built for speed. Want a ride? Get an Uber or Lyft at your door in 10 minutes. Want your food faster? Use Grubhub and order ahead. Have a data breach requiring notification? Work quickly, because you may only have 72 hours to provide notification to individuals and regulatory authorities, depending on the […]

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A Regulatory Trend to Watch: The Expanding Scope of Personal Information

In 2018, less than 10 percent of data privacy or security incidents were breaches requiring notification. Yet it wouldn’t be surprising if that percentage starts to increase. One of the key factors in breach determination is the nature of the personal information exposed. Last year, we saw a significant expansion in the definition of personal […]

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Breach Notification Regulatory Trends from 2018

2018 was all about change, especially in the breach notification realm. The tightening of existing regulations and the addition of new ones have created a seismic shift toward greater complexity and stringency. Compliance has never been more critical—and never more difficult.

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