Data Privacy in 2020
Data breaches are at an all-time high, with all evidence pointing to increased data exposure. Naturally, organizations are turning to employee monitoring, insider threat detection and data loss prevention technologies to protect themselves. There is, however, some concern that these solutions may create a potential conflict with employee and consumer privacy rights. Especially, with the introduction of GDPR, CCPA and other similar laws at various stages of processing, companies around the world are being forced take a closer look at their data governance and privacy policies.
How should executives and law enforcement officials effectively weigh the demands to control and protect their businesses while protecting legitimate privacy rights of employees and others whose personal data is being threatened?
This whitepaper will answer questions like this. In addition, you will find:
Overview of Workplace Monitoring
Current developments in workplace monitoring and the key privacy laws, rules and regulations that will affect current and future surveillance activities in a global context.
Best Practices for Privacy Conformance:
What steps companies should be taking as part of a comprehensive insider threat detection and data loss prevention program to proactively address data loss while minimizing privacy risks involved in employee monitoring.
Summary of Data Protection Laws
Insight into the current legal landscape around the world with respect to employee privacy rights.
Detailed country profiles identifying General Privacy Laws, Personal Data Protection Laws and Regulations, Workplace Privacy Laws and a summary of the key issues related to employee monitoring.
Countries covered are: Australia , Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico, United States, Argentina, Brazil, Chile.