British Airways Faces Fine Over Data Breach
The airline’s parent company said it could appeal the proposed $230 million penalty.
5 Key Reasons Companies Are Wary of AI Adoption
While just one in six companies say they get high value from AI, a majority say they will within two years. But first, there are barriers to overcome.
Google Fined $57 Million Under New EU Data Privacy Rules
French regulators fined Google for violating GDPR rules, citing the company’s lack of transparency and valid consent when personalizing user’s ads.
Some Companies Are Ignoring GDPR Risk
About one in eight companies polled by Deloitte are waiting to see how regulators enforce GDPR before putting much effort into compliance.
GDPR: We’re Just Getting Started
May 25 is only the kickoff: the GDPR requires an ongoing commitment to protecting sensitive data.
Complying for Security’s Sake
Compliance with emerging data-security laws will strengthen companies, not weaken them.
Cybersecurity Tops Boards’ 2018 To-Do Lists
Directors also will focus on corporate social responsibility, board composition, activist shareholders, and SEC enforcement, among other hot topics.
Pull an Uber and Disclose your Data Breach, Now
Uber's concealment of the breach increased the cyber risk of drivers and customers, as well as the potential loss of trust from investors and governments.
Europe Data Regulation Poses Big Opportunity
The impending regulation is a serious compliance matter, but it also helps companies by forcing them to manage their data better, says SAP.
Legal Case Shows Social Networks Can’t Remain Neutral On User Privacy
The LinkedIn/hiQ case highlights the tension between the desire to protect users' privacy and the free flow of information.