Articles in: GDPR

The rise of big data and rise of analytics means a new paradigm for privacy

Can Privacy Survive the Era of Analytics?

The rise of big data and rise of analytics means a new paradigm for privacy

In a recent article published in Harvard Business Review, I discussed the growing capabilities of analytics technologies, and the need to be conscious of the privacy implications that accompany them. Though I […]

ICYMI: Analytics and GDPR were hot topics at LegalTech 2017

The LegalTech 2017 Rundown

ICYMI: Analytics and GDPR were hot topics at LegalTech 2017

In case you haven’t heard, it is now the “Big Data Era,” where global email traffic creates 183 billion new messages every day, and corporate data is expected to grow 30% every […]

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GDPR: Better Now, Not Later

The new European data protection regulation is closer than it may appear

Everyone can remember in college, at the beginning of the semester the professor start of the lecture going over the syllabus, highlighting importing assignments and with a warning about waiting to the […]

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Information Management: Finding (the Right) Information

Preparation pays dividends when it comes to data privacy and security

How do records and information management professionals do it? Based on the two events that I attended recently, each from quite opposite ends of the spectrum, I feel quite sympathetic towards information […]