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GDPR Recap: 28 Nations, 348 Fines, Half a Billion Euros

It has been a little over two years since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect in May, 2018. According to GDPR Enforcement Tracker, there have been 348 fines for a […]

Considered Leveraging That Microsoft Teams Data?

With everyone stuck at home, how has the technology adapted to a new, all remote workforce? The technologies that support remote work collaboration apps and tools have now become as essential for […]

Data Privacy: How the Current NCAA Debate Reflects the State of Big Data

A Country Divided? With Data Privacy, Not So Much If you aren’t aware, a massive ongoing debate is being waged between student-athletes, state legislatures, and the National Collegiate Athletic Association. As part […]

CCPA and GDPR Are Only the First Steps in the Privacy Revolution

Where We Began: A Brief Recap of CCPA and GDPR CCPA and GDPR continue to be big, scary buzz words in the information governance space, but what do they really mean? In […]

George Kobakhidze: Users Only Access Around 10% of Data

ZL’s team has a wide variety of perspectives on information governance, brought on by different roles, experiences, and knowledge. For this post, I interviewed solutions engineer George Kobakhidze about his insights on […]

50 States of Privacy Laws

The tech industry is abuzz with news about the CCPA, California’s new data privacy legislation. However, while California may be the first state to enact its own form of the GDPR, it […]