Weighing Privacy with Security Under GDPR

Weighing privacy and security has long been a delicate balancing act. With the adoption of GDPR this year, the scales have again shifted and the stakes for failing to get it right are dramatically higher. This is especially true as other similar data protection mandates continue to evolve around the globe like PIPEDA in Canada and new regulations being debated in Australia, Brazil and just about every state in the U.S. Generally speaking, GDPR stresses prevention over detection. For example, an organization should prioritize blocking employee access to certain websites or tools over continuously monitoring employee communication. Continuous monitoring, under […]