IT - Compliance

Anyone who has even a passing familiarity with data privacy knows it is a frustrating endeavor to comply with the ever-expanding list of data privacy laws worldwide

"For companies with a global footprint, every transaction involving personal information requires consideration of domestic and international data privacy laws, in addition to unique contractual requirements and conditions. If these requirements were static, that would be one thing.

However, the requirements keep changing, and that requires a continual reexamination of companies' compliance positions. That effort is only complicated by a complex and inconsistent regulatory landscape..."

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