Sarah Hutchins and Robert Botkin offered practical advice in Security magazine on how businesses can reduce risks and build a strong foundation in data privacy.
“Given the fast-changing patchwork of state data privacy legislation and regulations impacting American businesses, it can be challenging for chief security officers and other enterprise security leaders to stay on top of the latest developments,” they wrote. “Failing to comply with state data privacy laws and regulations can be a costly mistake, as evidenced by Sephora’s $1.2 million settlement over its use of third-party cookies, BNSF Railway Company’s $228 million judgment involving use of biometric information, and Google’s record $391.5 million settlement over location tracking.”
Sarah and Robert then detailed “five wise investments that security leaders and their companies can make to navigate the data protection minefield.”
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