President Biden may soon announce an Executive Order that will include mandatory breach notification for software vendors that sell to the federal government. Today’s columnist, Ilia Kolochenko of ImmuniWeb, outlines the history of privacy and notification laws and prospects for a national breach law I the U.S.
Now that an EU court invalidated the Privacy Shield, companies must take even more care to make sure they comply with GDPR. Today’s columnist, Conrad Smith of Open Raven, offers ways for security teams to make that happen.
Omer Tene, vice president and chief knowledge officer at the International Association of Privacy Professionals, sheds some light on the state of play for privacy legislation under the Biden administration.
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If 2019 was an opportunity for privacy advocates to push for preparation ahead of looming data protection deadlines, then 2020 was the year organizations were expected to prove themselves ready. In this second article in our Year in Review series, we consider how legal complications leave all businesses, big and small, with a heavier privacy burden than ever.
DNS over HTTPS prevents third parties from eavesdropping on addresses of the websites a person visits. It is a leap forward for privacy, but it faced criticism from various groups that depend on access to those URLs.