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Privacy-enhancing technologies as collaboration tools
Learn how privacy-enhancing technologies (PETs) can foster more productive, collaborative conversations across disparate functions and enable these functions to work together efficiently.
To harness the power of predictive models and predictive analytics to transform data into future insights, forward-thinking businesses are racing to overcome inherent data privacy management challenges in order to gain a competitive edge.
With data protection regulations continuing to evolve and impose new requirements on businesses, adopting a scalable and agile mindset towards privacy risk management is key to gaining a competitive advantage.
If carried out effectively, personal data can be both protected and leveraged to preserve the goals of revenue-generating strategies. Learn more about mitigating privacy risks at speed and at scale.
Practical steps for operationalizing privacy-compliant data flows at speed and at scale without needing to invest more in manpower or pay big bucks for big data governance platforms.
Data Privacy in the US: Exploring consumer attitudes and new horizons
The protection of privacy is now as much of an economic necessity for the US as it is a fundamental right for the consumers fueling its market value.
Privacy engineering is not only becoming integral to data-driven businesses because of regulatory demands and hyper-automation strategies, it is also a discipline that leads to enhanced products, increased consumer trust and bottom-line growth.
Big Data Privacy Engineering
As companies store more and more sensitive data in larger amounts over longer periods of time, they are under ever increasing pressure to be transparent about what data they collect, how they consume it, and why they need to retain it.
No More Chalk vs Cheese – The Coming Together of Business Competitiveness and Data Privacy
In the absence of a global data privacy standard, this paper, co-authored by Mastercard and Truata, explores how the multitudinous data privacy laws need no longer leave businesses with a chalky aftertaste.
The future of privacy in Latin America’s largest economy: insights from Brazil
Consumers in Brazil are calling for more than data protection laws; they want brands to do more to protect privacy. Access the report for Brazilian consumer insights on data privacy.
While investments in privacy have traditionally been viewed as the cost of minimizing the threat of data breaches, the conversation has more recently shifted from one of risk and repercussions to one of opportunity and innovation.