The impacts of the General Data Privacy Regulations are tremendous and cannot be overstated for any business that deals in personal or private data. In large enterprises, the subject of Master Data Management is often a 3rd rail, or considered a sure path to career death due to the complexity Continue reading GDPR compliance steps, and impacts on MDM thinking
Actions in California this past year led by a real estate developer named Alastair Mactaggart have the potential to change the privacy game in the United States as a whole. I have included the legislation as an embedded pdf below, and you can link to the California government site here Continue reading Data Privacy – coming to a state near you….?
The growing sophistication of our technology platforms, and the related reliance on these tools for our social fabric, is creating an environment where the truth is increasingly difficult to discern. At first blush, it would seem this social web makes truth harder to conceal, as you cannot hide from the Continue reading Is there truth on the internet?
As I have been exploring the maturing environment of cloud services, I am regularly struck by the richness of the environments and the dramatic shift to “getting it done” with microservices, versus the legacy thinking of stack based development. There is much to dig into from an interoperability, scaling, global Continue reading Multi-Cloud Service Delivery
The EU Regulations around data privacy and protection are emerging, and as they do, the initial rulings are in effect. The below excerpt from the EU site references what is considered personal data – and specifically that which has been anonymised, or otherwise obfuscated. Note that even if the data Continue reading GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation