This is an era of exponential growth in the creation, dissemination, use and retention of personal information. Globalization has fostered an environment in which individuals share personal information readily, and businesses are capturing and storing personal information as never in the past.
It’s estimated that 90% of the world’s data has been collected in the last two years, according to a recent report. According to Forbes, approximately 2.5 quintillion (2.5 x 10e18) bytes of data are created globally every day. This unprecedented stream of data includes personal and sensitive information.
Now, as new technologies enable the collection of greater amounts of data online, it is essential that organizations consider privacy at every stage of their operations – shifting the burden away from consumers, who even today shoulder the responsibility to understand their rights to privacy. And the challenge of ensuring data privacy has become even more pressing: organizational boundaries are no longer static, making it difficult to track how, where, and by whom information is being stored, managed, and accessed.
This is the time for a quantum leap in data privacy protection.
Privacy by Design Emerges
History of Privacy by Design
Privacy by Design in Practice
Implementing Privacy by Design Under GDPR and CCPA
Organizational Approaches to Privacy by Design
Privacy and Consent
User and Privacy Acceptance Testing (UPAT)
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