If 2020 brought deadlines tied to various privacy and data protection policies, then 2021 means compliance – with less leniency for companies that fall short of regulations. And with a new administration, all eyes are on potential shifts or enhancements to legislation and standards.

As part of our year in review, which looked at critical events during the last year and how they might influence 2021, SC Media collected predictions across a range of categories from cybersecurity experts. Here, experts offer their perspectives on the 2021 policies that will influence how companies manage data and systems.

We’ll see more scrutiny from data protection authorities and more fines in 2021, says  Jung-Kyu McCann, general counsel, and Elizabeth Schweyen,  senior manager of global privacy and compliance, at Druva:

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