Our Detailed Privacy Blueprint: What All Parties Should Be Doing Right Now to Protect the People and Organizations They Care About

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Privacy regulations can shut down most of the benefits of big data, leaving organizations ill-equipped to compete in the global economy. Nowhere is that more true than in the EU. The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), intended to protect the privacy of EU citizens, threatens the viability of business initiatives in the region—all of which depend on data.

This SPIE completes our current four-part analysis of privacy. The report briefly touches on conditions and factors posing threats to privacy; then, moves into the main thrust of the piece: analyzing each recommendation outlined in our Privacy Blueprint.

Key Highlights:
--An Array of Privacy Threats Could Shut Down Big Data
--A Privacy Blueprint: What All Parties Need to Do Right Now
--Action Items for the Private Sector
--Action Items for the Public Sector
--Overview of Key US Privacy Regulations
--Action Items for the Citizens/Consumers/Users
--The Last Word

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Our Detailed Privacy Blueprint: What All Parties Should Be Doing Right Now to Protect the People and Organizations They Care AboutSPIE 2017 #28 - August 11/2017IntroductionAn Array of Privacy Threats Could Shut Down Big DataA Privacy Blueprint: What All Parties Need to Do Right NowAction Items for the Private SectorAction Items for the Public SectorAction Items for the Citizens/Consumers/UsersStratecast - The Last WordAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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