Eye-watering fines, public naming and shaming, embarrassing night-time raids from the ICO and damaging headlines on the evening news. Since the EU spearheaded the new era of data privacy with the introduction of the GDPR last year, most change has been sparked by fear rather than promise. Now...
Rochester, New Hampshire to serve as the base for growing trust-hub presence
The latest release of trust-hub’s Privacy Lens brings overworked Data Privacy professionals significant workflow benefits so they can concentrate on what they do best - co-ordinating data gathering and setting the strategy for the overall data model.
IDC has recently released a market note featuring trust-hub.
Privacy Lens now offers enhanced completeness exception reporting – further improving one of our customers’ favourite features.
The latest version of Privacy Lens is even more valuable to organisations with operations, suppliers or customers in the United States. It improves the platform by allowing organisations to model jurisdictional scope at a US state level, rather than at just the federal level.
The right to erasure, also known as the ‘right to be forgotten’, is one of the cornerstones of GDPR. Whether verbally or in writing, individuals can request that your company deletes some or all of the personal data held about them. Other new rules, like California’s new Consumer Privacy Act 2018