Many customers, vendors and partners entrust priceless data to an organization to receive specific services or products. Therefore, such data is valuable to both the parties as it keeps the business going for all the parties. An enterprise must understand that the data entering the organization requires as much security as the data leaving it.
Losing such data to security incidents can seriously dent an organization’s reputation and harm future business opportunities. Keeping such situations in mind, governments worldwide have devised privacy regulations catering to the need to protect incoming data. These regulations include:
- General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – Europe
- National Data Governance Interim Regulations of Saudi Data and AI Authority (SDAIA) – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
- California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) – California
Companies are liable to pay hefty penalties for not effectively protecting the customer data entrusted to them.
Download this infographic to learn about:
- The importance of protecting incoming data
- Global regulations designed to protect incoming data
- Effects of loss of personal data on the general public
- Optimum solutions to safeguard incoming data