Preparing for U.S. Data Privacy Laws: Future Proofing Your Business
Join VIXIO PaymentsCompliance and guest U.S. experts to answer those and other burning questions related to the practical implications of new U.S. Data Privacy laws.
Congress passed the first landmark U.S. Privacy Act of 1974, which contained important rights and restrictions on data held by U.S. government agencies. Fast forward to 2021 and what has changed? The short answer is, not much. However, in the wake of a number of data breaches from tech and social media companies, the urgency to act is now. In the absence of federal response, U.S. states are leading the way in developing and passing their own data privacy laws. U.S. legislators are introducing data privacy bills at unprecedented speed. Though it may sound familiar, the difference now is that those bills are becoming law - a compliance obligation for your business. Increasingly, a company's reputation for the responsible safeguarding of personal data will be an asset that can lead to more website traffic, conversions, and a positive impact on profits.
So what do I need to know?Join VIXIO PaymentsCompliance on March 24 when we discuss how you can help your business get ready for what’s to come through:
- Reviewing the landscape and looking at current proposed data privacy laws
- Understanding what these proposals tell us about the future of data privacy
- Lessons learned from the EU’s GDPR rollout and what you can do today to prepare
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