There’s no question that global data privacy legislation is in a state of flux. Europe, California and Brazil have all recently passed legislation granting consumers certain data rights. With consumers around the world submitting requests to correct, access, and delete personal information, data collectors are acclimating to a more restricted future.
There’s a lot of talk about what businesses should do, but how are organizations actually adjusting their policies to comply with new regulations? How are they gearing up for a privacy landscape that will only continue to evolve?
To answer these questions, data intelligence platform BigID partnered with the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPPP) to conduct a survey of 475 enterprise privacy professionals, publishing the results in The State of Data Rights report. Here’s what you need to know about the findings.