Data Privacy Day 2022: Framing the Data Protection Landscape in the Year Ahead
By 2023, 65% of the world’s population will have its personal data covered under modern privacy regulations, up from 10% in 2020, according to Gartner. As we raise awareness on this year’s Data Privacy Day, regions such as Asia, Canada, Africa, and the US have introduced new laws in 2021, setting new global standards. In addition, stricter guidelines around data transfers, the usage of disgorgement penalty systems as enforcement tools and antitrust concerns are reshaping the data protection landscape, requiring organizations to adjust how they manage and implement their data protection programs.
Join industry experts Trevor Hughes CEO & President of IAPP, and Heather Federman, Chief Privacy Officer for BigID, on what to expect in the year ahead, the challenges, opportunities, trends, and best practices in 2022 and beyond, such as:
- The emergence of new privacy regulations globally and meeting expectations
- New guidelines reshaping the landscape to fulfill compliance (transfers, deletion, protection)
- Best practices for supporting data privacy and protection laws moving forward