Articles in: Compliance

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

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 Data Privacy

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 […]

London Calling

Data Protection World Forum

On two rainy London November days, technology experts, consultants, Data Protection Officers (DPOs) and more came together for the inaugural Data Protection World Forum. The expo floor was split into six theaters […]

GDPR: The Early Aftermath

What we’re seeing just two weeks out

So you received all the emails with updated privacy policies, May 25th came and went, and none of us blew up— physically, at least. Yet only a few business days after, the […]

Corporate governance can’t stop at end users

Data Governance: Rule of Thumb

Corporate governance can’t stop at end users

Recently, IBM became the biggest name to prevent employees from using portable storage devices. This certainly won’t be the last measure taken to enhance security within the enterprise – especially as we […]