November 16, 2021

CRTA - RegTech in a Digital Age

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Data breaches in the first half of 2021 have exposed over 18.8 million customer records, often leading to costly clean up and reputational damage. With deep revisions to Canada's data privacy regulations and organizations working to comply to global data privacy and protection standards such as the GDPR and HIPPA, this talk will overview the expectations of the updated regulations and trends in data protection technologies.How to apply them practically to your data landscape and how strategic partnerships with specialized privacy vendors can accelerate compliance.

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November 16, 2021

CRTA - RegTech in a Digital Age

Date:
Hosted By:
Register Now

Data breaches in the first half of 2021 have exposed over 18.8 million customer records, often leading to costly clean up and reputational damage. With deep revisions to Canada's data privacy regulations and organizations working to comply to global data privacy and protection standards such as the GDPR and HIPPA, this talk will overview the expectations of the updated regulations and trends in data protection technologies.How to apply them practically to your data landscape and how strategic partnerships with specialized privacy vendors can accelerate compliance.

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