Over 100 countries have data protection and privacy legislation in place today. These laws are evolving via interpretation, guidance and amendments. Around 20 more countries have new laws in draft form. In the absence of federal regulations, US states are taking matters into their own hands. Many are mirroring CCPA, but many are deviating.
Most regulations on the books have defined monetary penalties. But proposed legislation keeps upping the ante by granting regulators increased authority to investigate suspected violations and breaches, and issue ever higher fines.
Forward-thinking organizations are adopting a comprehensive privacy management platform that builds privacy into the foundation of their data strategy. A platform approach addresses the array of regulations applicable today and guards against increased quantity and diversity tomorrow.
If it were about only data privacy compliance, achieving the objective might seem straightforward. But the purpose of collecting and managing customer data is to use it to gain valuable insights that support data driven decisions to fuel the business. The Privitar Data Privacy Platform enables today’s data leaders to safely use data within the constraints of regulations.
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