Learn about, new company responsibilities under GDPR regulations, the threat of noncompliance consequences and how to build a compliancy framework.
There is a considerable divergence of opinion about the relationship between privacy rights and security concerns. Opinion polls reflect such a divided sentiment. A 2016 survey by Pew Research Center found that while 56% of survey participants want more to be done to keep the country safe, 52% remain seriously concerned about the scope of surveillance programs that may intrude upon their privacy, notably monitoring of internet search habits, email messages and social media interactions.
This is the fourth post in a series on privacy by Andrew Pery. You might also be interested in Privacy by Design: The Intersection of Law and Technology and What Do the GDPR and new Privacy Laws Mean for U.S. Companies? and Balancing Privacy Rights with Social Utility in the Age of the Internet of Things.
Episode 37: Bob Larrivee, Vice President and Chief Analyst at AIIM, discusses the new AIIM Industry Watch Report Business Process Automation 2017 – Designing an Intelligent Workplace. Bob also discusses recent research on Understanding GDPR Readiness in 2017. Also, part one of an interview with Rich Howarth, Vice President of Engineering, Watson Data Platform at IBM, discusses innovations in analytics, cognitive capture and how Watson fits into the new paradigm of Intelligent Information Management.