IT’S THE LAW (11/16/2021)

Strict cross-border data transfer rules revealed for Quebec’s Bill 64 privacy law include hefty fines for business non-compliance and may serve as model across Canada. Changes begin in 2022 with most in effect by 2023.  The bill also grants consumers private right-of-action, mandates breach notification, and requires companies to conduct privacy impact assessments.

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US strengthens financial data security requirements under Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA)

November 16, 2021

The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has published changes to the Gramm-Leach Bliley Act, which protects consumer financial privacy at financial institutions and at companies handling financial activities. Key changes under the revised Safeguards Rule include: expanded definition of types of companies subject to GLBA more specific, detailed requirements for compliance oversight obligation to appoint a security officer to oversee and implement a security program

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Optimizely Buys Welcome to Add Marketing Resource Management

December 2, 2021

Digital experience platform Optimizely is further expanding its scope with a deal to buy Welcome, which provides content management, digital asset management, and marketing resource management.  You may recall that Optimizely itself was purchased in September 2020 by Episerver, which then adopted the Optimizely name.  And who could forget that they bought the Zaius CDP in March 2021?

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