This webcast aired on January 31, 2019.
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As Europe settles into life under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the United States is grappling with potential legislation of its own to protect consumer information. Questions remain about what U.S. data privacy legislation might look like, but companies have already begun to strategize.

In partnership with RSA, Compliance Week conducted a survey asking U.S. firms whether they’re doing enough to stay compliant with data protection laws. Of the respondents, only 36 percent felt their data privacy program is in compliance with state, national, and/or international regulations, while 52 percent felt they were almost there but struggling to keep up.

Join the webinar for additional insights on the survey results, including:

  • The current percentage of compliance budgets companies are dedicating to data security
  • What the best argument for a robust data protection program is
  • Elements of GDPR would be the most difficult to implement in the U.S.

Marshall Toburen, GRC Strategist - RSA
Dave Lefort, Editor in Chief - Compliance Week