Special Report > Compliance and technology
It’s go-time for compliance as the clock ticks toward the Jan. 1 effective date of the California Consumer Privacy Act.
Officials from a pair of EU data privacy sanctioning bodies stressed importance of data protection officers and good-faith efforts to comply with GDPR.
With a new wave of privacy laws empowering consumers to police their own data, companies are facing increased risk in areas they might not have considered.
Results of Compliance Week’s second annual technology survey suggest companies are moving along the technological maturity curve in ways that are both quantitative and qualitative compared to last year.
The Securities and Exchange Commission, in its annual report to Congress, indicated it fielded 5,212 whistleblower tips in fiscal year 2019, down 1 percent from the record of 5,282 in FY2018.
How does your company’s preparation for California’s data privacy law compare to that of your peers? Are you where you need to be in terms of understanding the key parts of the regulation? Help benchmark your program by taking part in this survey.
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