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September 24, 2021

CPO Magazine: CPRA: The Next Big Mandate (Is Right Around the Corner)

The California Privacy Rights Act goes where CCPA didn’t go—in fact, it’s fair to think of it as CCPA-plus. And it helps to remember that thanks in part to the global effect of GDPR, CCPA received significant coverage prior to its launch on Jan. 1, 2020. By contrast, the new legislation has received very little attention. The fact that it doesn’t go into effect until Jan 1, 2023, and will continue to evolve in the next few months, has also pushed it to the back burner.

September 7, 2021

GCN: Cloud can help speed FOIA response

The backlog of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests has grown during the pandemic. The Justice Department reports that the number of backlogged requests across federal agencies in fiscal 2020 was 141,762, compared to about 120,000 the year before.

September 2, 2021

Inside Big Data: Yes, Data is Valuable—But Much of the Time, It’s Better to Hit Delete

In this special guest feature, Bill Tolson, VP of Global Compliance & eDiscovery, discusses the big question surrounding Big Data: when (and how) can information be legally deleted? What’s needed is the right combination of technology and policy. Bill has long been an advocate for strategic data deletion, and has authored numerous books and articles on subjects around it.

August 5, 2021

ZDNet: California's privacy law raises risks of legal action and fines over data collection

California is leading the way with strict new data privacy provisions and substantial fines for non-compliance from a new enforcement agency -- not everyone is ready.

August 5, 2021

Security Magazine: Between the breaches: A platform shift in the SaaS market

 It is abundantly clear that many traditional models, from network security to edge protection, are not working. It is time for a fundamental rethink.

July 9, 2021

Computer World: Data hoarding - The consequences go far beyond compliance risk

The relentless decline in the cost of storage has made it cheaper to retain information than to throw it away. That plays well to the human propensity for keeping stuff around, a hoarding instinct that has made the US self-storage industry a $40 billion business.

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