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GDPR & PDPA - How evolving data privacy regulations will affect Asian businesses

GDPR & PDPA - How evolving data privacy regulations will affect Asian businesses

With the implementation of regulations such as GDPR and PDPA, this artcle examines the following key themes:

  • Impact of GDPR on Asia one year on
  • Cost of non-compliance
  • Challenges of complying with GDPR and PDPA
  • Approach to consumer data protection
What Are the Most Overlooked Areas of Data Breaches?

What Are the Most Overlooked Areas of Data Breaches?

Data breaches are unfortunately becoming all too common an occurrence. The World Economic Forum 2019 global risk report has named cyber attacks and data breaches as the fourth and fifth most serious risks facing the world today. Yet whilst organisations are stepping up their efforts to improve their data breach prevention strategies, there are often areas that are overlooked. Here, we look at some of the common areas. 

  • Legal Counsel
  • Employee Data
  • Accidental Emailing
  • Third Party Providers

GDPR & PDPA - How evolving data privacy regulations will affect Asian businesses SPEX

With the implementation of regulations such as GDPR and PDPA, this artcle examines the following key themes:

  • Impact of GDPR on Asia one year on
  • Cost of non-compliance
  • Challenges of complying with GDPR and PDPA
  • Approach to consumer data protection

For Sponsors - What Are the Most Overlooked Areas of Data Breaches?

Data breaches are unfortunately becoming all too common an occurrence. The World Economic Forum 2019 global risk report has named cyber attacks and data breaches as the fourth and fifth most serious risks facing the world today. Yet whilst organisations are stepping up their efforts to improve their data breach prevention strategies, there are often areas that are overlooked. Here, we look at some of the common areas. 

  • Legal Counsel
  • Employee Data
  • Accidental Emailing
  • Third Party Providers
4 Ways to Balance the Use of Data, Privacy Management and Customer Trust

4 Ways to Balance the Use of Data, Privacy Management and Customer Trust

Big data is an exciting prospect for the future of business. It allows companies to understand their customers and to build meaningful relationships with them but with a growing fear of loss of data privacy how can companies convince customers that it’s worth the risk? Organisations need to address how to strike the balance between the use of data, privacy management and customer trust. With that in mind we explore four ways to balance the use of data, privacy management and customer trust.

  • Rebuild Trust
  • Balance Personalisation and Privacy
  • Implement Consumer Identity and Access Management
  • Enhance Customer Control and Support Open Data