Data and cyber
Data underpins the digital economy.
Thanks to advanced analytics and massive improvements in processing power, data can be used to optimise processes and create new products and services tailored to our needs. But this huge leap forward is not without risks. As innovators push the boundaries, so the spotlight is falling on the ethics of data use – shifting the debate from what we can do with data to what we should.
Our data ethics insights
Do businesses really need to be ethical with data?
The application of new technologies to data has the power to transform our lives. But it also raises complex questions for society. It is critical that companies understand the regulatory frameworks, so they can make informed choices about the opportunities that new technologies present.
The California Privacy Protection Agency Releases a First Draft of Automated Decisionmaking Opt-Out and Access Regulations
The California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) has been steadily making strides to progress rulemaking under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) on requirements for cybersecurity audits, risk…