In Brief: Entrust privacy survey finds people think they are proactive, but often they’re not

Of 1,000 people in the US and UK, 82% reported they maintain moderate data privacy.  But in practice 83% are somewhat comfortable sharing biometric data and 64% say they would consider trading data for more personalization and convenience.

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Cisco reports privacy a top global priority; average annual budgets doubled

February 9, 2021

Cisco’s survey of more than 4,700 security professionals from 25 countries found the average privacy budget doubled from $1.2M last year to $2.4M this year. This was true for organizations of different sizes. Additionally, 93% said privacy teams played a significant role in helping to manage corporate changes caused by the pandemic. Seventy-nine percent viewed the world’s developing privacy laws as having a positive impact.

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Cyberattacks and tracing app concerns are key drivers for new health policy

February 9, 2021

Emergency U.S. legislation proposed for healthcare privacy protection Looking to safeguard data not protected by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Democrats in the U.S. House and Senate reintroduced the Public Health Emergency Privacy Act that was first proposed last spring. It is meant to address security issues related to COVID-19 response.

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