Nov 05, 2018
The ever-changing data privacy landscape in the United States is keeping enterprises worried. Is data privacy actually achievable?
As analytics and information technologies continue to evolve, individuals have lost control of the data they create in their personal and work lives. Despite the emergence of new privacy laws, Kon Leong, CEO of ZL Technologies, a specialist leader in information governance for large enterprises, is starting to question who is truly on the hook to protect the privacy of individuals.
Following the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), states including California and Colorado are passing legislation to help protect citizens’ data, begging the question: is this something that should fall to federal, state, or private organizations? Upside recently sat down with Leong to discuss the role of technology within privacy and who is responsible for implementing privacy measures.
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