Data Privacy news stories - Page 1
Tech and data’s role in the changing face of compliance
Accenture's study found that 93% of respondents agree or strongly agree new technologies such as AI and cloud make compliance easier.
Zero party data and the new era of 'relationship marketing'
The ideal way to engage consumers is through real-time, hyper-personalised experiences, a new eConsultancy report reveals.
Google reveals new safety and security measures for users
Google's new measures include automatic two step verification, virtual cards and making it easier to remove contact information on Google Search results.
90% of companies still not compliant with data privacy acts
As of 31 March 2022, 90% of companies are not fully compliant with CCPA and CPRA Data Subject Access Request (DSAR) requirements.
Trust over data privacy hits rock bottom in APAC - survey
Imperva finds half of APAC respondents would stop using a company's services following a serious data breach - the highest number globally
Over a quarter of people have had data breached - survey
A new Proton survey has explored online data protection habits and reveals how common data breaches are.
New research reveals data privacy still a big worry for Kiwis
New Zealanders are becoming increasingly worried about their personal data privacy, according to a new InternetNZ survey.
MATRIXX and Google Cloud team up to take on customer privacy
Software company MATRIXX will be partnering with Google Cloud to facilitate the use of its cloud-native MATRIXX Digital Commerce Platform.
Blackline achieves ISO/IEC certifications for security & data privacy
“Achieving ISO/IEC 27018 and 27701 certifications reaffirms our longstanding commitment to comply with information security protocol."
The GDPR and NZ: Why this relationship is so important to the future of data privacy in Aotearoa
In 2018, a new unprecedented data privacy law took the EU and, by association, the rest of the world by storm.
Kiwis have a strong distrust over how companies use their personal data
The majority of New Zealanders are concerned about data privacy, with 53% stating companies are requesting too much personal information.
Uptick in privacy-driven spending reflects growing importance of data protection worldwide
Customer demand is driving a mandate for digital ethics in businesses, resulting in more legislation to protect data privacy and data security.
Privacy Commissioner John Edwards tipped for top role as UK Information Commissioner
“While this consideration reflects the expertise of the Commissioner, it also reflects the work of the strong and stable team within the Office... and the results they have achieved for privacy in New Zealand.”
Trade Me hands less customer info over to authorities according to Transparency Report
Trade Me says it works hard to keep 'scumbags' off its site, but it also wants to protect customer privacy.
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Consumer data right overdue, but privacy crucial, advocates warn
Consumer advocates say the time is right to allow individuals and companies greater access to the data that is held about them, but warn privacy issues, impacts for Māori and what the new law actually covers need to be considered carefully.
dotdigital achieves ISO 27701 certification
Omnichannel marketing solution provider dotdigital has announced that it has been awarded ISO 27701 certification.
Organisations increasing CX investments must also combat privacy and security — IDC
The data analyst company says these companies must also build trusted data initiatives by increasing the capabilities required for digital trustworthiness.
Are you GDPR compliant?
While the GDPR is established in the European Union, businesses of all sizes across the globe need to comply if they meet certain criteria.
Waikato DHB won't face fines for data breach, but may face liability - Privacy Commissioner
Waikato District Health Board will not be fined for patient data being hacked, but it may face liability if harm is caused from it, the Privacy Commissioner says.
Huge gap in workforce privacy, 63% of organisations want employee privacy, only 34% achieve it
A new report highlights a significant gap in workforce privacy, 63% of IT professionals wanting to protect employee privacy but only 34% of organisations effectively doing so.
Trade secret protection rapidly rising up the corporate agenda
Corporates fear cybercrime and employee leaks are the biggest risks to protecting trade secrets.
How organisations can protect their print privacy in a digital world
Learning how to better protect the data used and stored by organisations’ print systems is in their best interests for the company’s future success.
4 out 5 people do not want personal data collected or shared without consent
"People are willing to support measures that stop companies from collecting and selling their personal data."
Data privacy software market to almost double between 2020 and 2025
Research from IDC has revealed that worldwide revenues of data privacy management software grew by 46.1% year-over-year in 2020.