Sensitive information can be an organization’s most valuable asset but can also generate inherent risks. Personal data, for example, is governed by an ever-evolving regulatory landscape, as reflected by the patchwork of 5 US state privacy laws set to go into effect in 2023. These new laws not only expand consumers’ control over their data, but also require organizations to ensure controls are in place to safeguard personal information.
Now more than ever it’s crucial for organizations to apply effective strategies to find, manage, query, and action data. In this session, we’ll discuss how the requirements under upcoming US Privacy laws create an opportunity for businesses to embed privacy by default, while lending support to IT initiatives that drive data visibility and risk reduction.
- Why a growing attack surface is driving collaboration across Data Governance, Information Security and Privacy teams
- The new legal requirements under US laws, recent enforcement actions from the FTC and California AG, and their implications for data operations
- How organizations drive insights into their data ecosystems to reduce their attack surface, validate controls, and meet compliance obligations