Today, data has evolved into one of the most crucial resources in the world. Unlike tangible resources like wood and fuel, the same data set can be used repeatedly and for different applications. Tons of user information gets observed or generated by tech and algorithms to facilitate the personalization we see today.
The CCPA entitles consumers to know what personal information is being collected and how it is further shared to be used by third parties. Moreover, it is well within the consumers’ rights to stop any business from sharing their data and remove it completely.
Organizations must opt for a more centralized approach to automate their privacy functions to reduce risk and build transparency and trust with their consumers.
By taking a proactive approach to cybersecurity, IT departments can help protect their organizations from the ever-growing number of cyber attacks. Here are nine ways IT departments can do proactive cybersecurity.
The problem of data violation is one of the most threatening issues of being on the internet. The ambiguity regarding the collection, usage, and sharing of our personal and sensitive information adds to the insecurity experienced by most consumers.
Utah Governor Spencer J. Cox signed the Utah Consumer Privacy Act (UCPA) into law in March 2022. It has since become only the fourth US state to have its own data protection law after Colorado, Virginia, and California.