Category: Operational Risk
Published: 17 November 2016
Government snooping combined with massive data leaks over the last few years have forced national governments to recognize that current privacy laws have outlived the paper-based age and need to catch up to the realities of the digital economy.
The result has been an unprecedented wave of new legislation designed to govern how certain sensitive data can be gathered, stored, processed, and shared. This rush to protect sensitive and personally information threatens current business strategies, practices, and processes widely used by organizations that operate internationally.
This white paper explores the impact of evolving data privacy regulations and data sovereignty. It aims to understand the implications of data privacy regulations on global businesses.