It’s easy to forget the Internet was built to share information across a global network, not keep it private. Sharing has become an essential part of life and that’s not going to change any time soon. Whenever we have something to share, in any format, there are a multitude of ways, tools, and modes to do that. Even stuff there was no intention of ever sharing somehow ends up out there. So, there’s pros and cons to all of this sharing.
Resilience Strategy asks important questions like: “Are privacy and security the same thing?”
Resilience is about protecting our interests, like privacy, and being prepared to act when unplanned events compromises them. California is leading the way in the US where protecting our privacy is concerned. What states will follow?
The General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect on May 25 this year, introducing the biggest change to data protection law in Europe in more than 20 years. What does it mean for businesses in the U.S.?