New York could soon pass its own GDPR-inspired data security law
The law could become one of the strictest in the country, one attorney said, because it prescribes specific security rules.
Real-time bidding, a thriving ad targeting technique, is becoming a GDPR dilemma
U.S. advertisers spent an estimated $23.5 billion on the tactic last year, up from $6.4 billion in 2014.
U.K. fines company that collected data from new moms, then sold it to Equifax
Bounty UK collected information from new mothers, mothers-to-be, as well as the birth dates and genders of young children, according to the ICO.
A GDPR ripple effect will help bring internet privacy back from the dead, Jon Callas predicts
Jon Callas, a computer security expert who left Apple for the ACLU last year, said Monday it’s become too easy to become nihilistic about personal privacy because of the last decade of negative headlines about corporate data collection.
The smaller, the better: Corporate CISOs turn to invite-only meetings to compare notes
While it’s not new for CISOs to compare notes with their counterparts in other companies, the number of invite-only sessions is growing as the pressure on executives grows to get things right.
Marriott announces data breach impacting 500 million hotel guests
The company has determined that hackers had unauthorized access on Starwood’s guest database dating back to 2014.