Following the record penalties for Google, British Airways and Marriott under the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by French and British data privacy commissioners, which industry or sector will the EU's privacy watchdogs home in on next?
European GDPR enforcement actions are just getting up to speed. All indications point to more rough waters ahead for large transnationals with a presence in the EU.
In their third conversation on the state of GDPR, Scott Petry, co-founder and CEO of Authentic8, explores with Steve Durbin, Managing Director of the UK-based Information Security Forum (ISF)
- what impact Brexit may have on GDPR enforcement in the UK
- how the EU is currently taking aim for the next salvo of sanctions against GDPR violators
- why apps and tools that touch EU employee data face increased scrutiny.
Will the next headline-worthy penalty hit a US-based company for not sufficiently protecting its EU employee data? Listen to their discussion here:
Did you miss the first two GDPR chats between Scott and Steve? Listen to them here:
- GDPR In the US: After the British Airways Hack
- Inside GDPR: What Does It Mean for US-based Companies?
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