Compliance professionals realize that privacy and data residency requirements can vary significantly by country, and have become material issues for any enterprise using cloud services where data leaves the country of origin or is in the possession of a foreign-owned cloud provider.
As the number of data breaches in the U.S. reached 708 in 2014, new research shows that companies are investing millions in privacy and multiple business units are now involved in addressing growing consumer concerns and compliance risks.
Data breaches, lawsuits, medical identity theft—all cringe-worthy realities—and the threats to patient data have never been greater.
Unlike traditional data collection that uses a statistical sampling to make predictions about the whole, the promise of Big Data is that you can now go beyond a small sampling.
US-based NGO Freedom House has published its fifth annual Freedom of the Net study and the results are upsetting: internet users in nearly half of the 65 countries assessed in the report have experienced tightening of internet freedom.
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