Matt Meinel writes that businesses have a data-privacy compliance challenge, and the DPO-as-a-service model is a compliant and cost-effective way to protect your company’s personal data.
John Auerbach and Amy Worley will discuss privacy, cybersecurity, and compliance, as well as opportunities to think differently, find new norms for processes and controls, and move toward quick, impactful, and accessible training education of employees.
Companies need to accelerate digital compliance transformation to respond to extended periods of social distancing. John Auerbach writes about the ongoing regulatory risk and the need to prioritize tele-compliance as a key part of Covid-19 business resilience planning.
The European Data Protection Board recently issued a statement to help companies subject to the GDPR navigate data protection during the coronavirus pandemic.
Providing transparency and protecting privacy may seem like competing requirements when addressing COVID-19 in the workplace, but employers can—and should—do both.
Elaine Smith reviews the changing landscape of cellphones and wireless identification via Interactive Marketing Solutions (IMS).
Reflections on Four Decades of Chinese Economic Reforms and the Experience of Foreign Investments in That Process
Stuart Witchell writes about Beijing’s understanding of the role of foreign capital towards the development of China’s national economy.
David Kalat writes about potential risks and benefits of password- and biometric-based information security.
John Auerbach writes about guidance from the US Treasury Department regarding OFAC compliance programs, and how to mitigate enforcement penalties.
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