Stuart Brotman – Via TheHill.com The Balancing the Rights of Web Surfers Equally and Responsibly Act, or the Browser Act, has been dormant in Congress since it was introduced last spring. Its most salutary provisions deal with online privacy policies, including a
HITRUST has incorporated the CCPA standard into HITRUST CSF version 9.3, providing businesses with a strong basis for measuring CCPA compliance as part of their existing assessment and certification processes. Organizations can assess against the CCPA to conclude quickly if they meet
Ray Walsh, Digital Privacy Expert ProPrivacy.com. Facial recognition has the potential to cause massive privacy violations, and its use causes massive risks that can affect people long after they are exposed to the technology. This is concerning because a recent survey conducted
Stuart Brotman via Government Executive Privacy and cybersecurity are a two-sided coin. When a government agency asks individuals to provide personally identifiable information, many may be comfortable doing so. But if those individuals learn that information may be shared with third parties,
Connected Cities Privacy Summit’s keynote, Sidewalk Labs, has been given approval to move forward in the process to build a smart city in Toronto after agreeing to develop a smaller area than initially proposed and make concessions on data collection and privacy.
Duality Technologies has announced that it’s raised $16 million in a series A round led by Intel Capital, with participation from Hearst Ventures and existing investor Team8. Duality previously raised $4 million in a November 2018 round, which together with this latest
Nine out of ten people say data privacy is important to them, according to a recent Mastercard-commissioned survey, yet only one-quarter say companies are doing a very good job handling individuals’ data. Mastercard has announced the launch of the Data Responsibility Imperative
By Stuart Brotman via www.TheHill.com The impeachment inquiry of President Trump seems to be sucking the oxygen out of Capitol Hill, with prospects for comprehensive federal privacy legislation now looking dim before the 2020 election. Yet that does not mean that all