IAPP 2021 Privacy Governance Report finds significant budget increases at organizations

Sixty percent of privacy professionals surveyed by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) expect budget increases in the coming year, and 45% plan new hires in the next six months. Participants also ranked their biggest challenges and complying with cross-border transfers topped the list at 59%.

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COVID-19 accelerated Cloud adoption, and security challenges grew, though encryption lags, according to new Thales survey

November 2, 2021

A survey of 2600 IT and security professionals conducted by Thales found security breaches increasingly common in multicloud and hybrid cloud environments. Breach levels, which were as high as 44% in US & 43% in EU, are expected to rise in the coming year, though encryption levels were low across all industries averaging only 17%.

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“Privacy First” users emergent and willing to pay to ensure privacy, according to IDC research

November 2, 2021

Brands are under increased pressure across age brackets to ensure privacy, and a new IDC survey identified a “Privacy First” user segment which is young, tech-savvy, concerned about online privacy – and willing to pay for it. While most users surveyed felt companies should protect consumer privacy, the younger “Privacy First” group IDC identified, were willing to pay for tools, such as VPNs, ad blockers and privacy password keepers, to ensure their protection.

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Real-Time Data Leads to Quicker Growth: Confluent Survey

May 24, 2022

No one really doubts that real-time data is useful, but here’s more concrete data in case you’ve been arguing the point: this Confluent survey of IT leaders finds 63% of companies with widespread access to real-time data showed 10% or higher revenue growth, compared with just 44% of companies with only some access grew as fast.  Integrating multiple data sources was the most common obstacle to real-time access, cited by 60% of respondents.

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