OneTrust in the News
OneTrust Expands in Australia and New Zealand with New Melbourne Office and Integrated ANZ Privacy Laws into Industry Leading Privacy Management Platform
OneTrust announced its expansion in Australia and New Zealand, including • A new local office in Melbourne to serve as a HQ for the region, led by technology veteran Robinson Roe as managing director • Integration of Australia and New Zealand privacy laws into the OneTrust platform to support privacy compliance operations beyond the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) • Two new local data centres in the region to support data residency preferences • Expansion of PrivacyConnect, OneTrust’s widely attended privacy workshop event series, in Australia • Local presence at Gartner Security and Risk Sydney and IAPP ANZ events
OneTrust, the global leader in privacy management and marketing compliance with 1,500 customers today opened registration for its global user conference, PrivacyTECH 2018 taking place 8-10 October in London. PrivacyTECH will bring together 500+ industry leaders to breakdown the latest technology innovations driving global privacy compliance.
Ovum today issued an independent report highlighting OneTrust’s strategic leadership in the global privacy management market. The research details how OneTrust’s comprehensive solution can help companies execute privacy compliance strategies in the shifting global privacy landscape beyond just the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
OneTrust announced OneTrust Mobile App Consent, a solution that integrates mobile consent and preference management into the market-leading OneTrust Marketing Compliance suite. OneTrust Mobile App Consent will be available in August and helps companies collect and document user consent on mobile apps, supporting compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), ePrivacy Directive, California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and other global privacy regulations.
OneTrust Launches New California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 Initial Planning Assessment as Part of Free IAPP Tool
OneTrust announced a free assessment for businesses to benchmark preparedness for the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 Initial Planning Assessment is available today at no cost for International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) members and OneTrust customers.
After roughly two years of seemingly non-stop GDPR conversation, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) is the latest new kid on the block in privacy compliance, and with its broad scope reaching beyond the borders of California (the fifth-largest economy in the world) it creates unique challenges for the over 500,000 businesses estimated to be subject to the new law. OneTrust's privacy counsel Andrew Clearwater and Brian Philbrook give insight into the similarities and differences between the GDPR and CCPA.
IAPP | Privacy Tech
IAPP's Privacy Tech interviewed VP of Product Blake Brannon on the new OneTrust Mobile App Consent solution, a holistic way to capture consent and please regulators in the name of compliance, including from internet-of-things devices, phone support and even printers.
OneTrust this week announced a future launch of a Mobile App Consent, a solution that integrates mobile consent and preference management into the OneTrust Marketing Compliance suite. PPC Land goes into the details.
OneTrust releases first free assessment tool for the new California privacy law
MarTech Today's Barry Levine details OneTrust's new, free California Consumer Privacy Act Initial Planning Assessment. The assessment offers interactive questions that help scope out the situation for a given business, such as whether CCPA applies, determining whether the business is in charge of the data (the focus of CCPA is on data controllers) and the extent to which the business collects personal data.
Many people have seen an increase of cookie banners after the GDPR effective date. The Guardian's Ask Jack blog goes into why pop-ups are complicated (because the GDPR wants specific consent for specific purposes) and gives OneTrust's consent utility as an example.