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India may have made a start in recognising privacy and data security, but it is next only to Russia and China when it comes to its surveillance framework and is dubbed as a country with “systemic failure to maintain privacy safeguards”
With strict laws on data privacy coming in, it is high time when entrepreneurs should start including the cost of having themselves covered from any legal issue pertaining to compliance.
With Data Privacy Day being observed around the world, Sunil Sharma, Managing Director – Sales, India & SAARC, Sophos says people should treat everyday as Data Privacy Day.
Cisco 2019 Data Privacy Benchmark Study placed India amongst the leading nations globally in their preparedness towards GDPR.
In a recently released Symantec Cyber Security Predictions 2019, the company said that attacks on the AI, 5G, IoT, Supply Chain, data in transit and Privacy will dominate in 2019
Cyber underwriters want to know the future of data privacy 10 years from now, says James Tuplin of AXA XL
Cyber liability is an evolving type of insurance. None of us knows for sure how the data privacy landscape might look in five, ten, or 20 years’ time.
The potential privacy implications which come with the advent of IoT are too alarming to ignore, warns UK-based leading data and analytics company GlobalData.
As organizations create new products and applications post-implementation of GDPR, privacy by design must be kept in mind.
Facebook Cambridge Analytica Controversy: Lack of data protection laws, privacy rules in India, makes privacy a farce
India has many compliances that companies follow for data protection and privacy issues, but, the adoption is not yet reached the stage where one can confidently say that citizens are protected in case of any privacy issues.