Within today’s tech-filled world, victims of data breaches can face identity theft, social stigma, and barriers to housing and jobs.  Big companies are spending incredible amounts of money to make sure their customers’ data is protected. Additionally, new laws are being put in place to motivate companies about the issue.  The CCPA estimates companies will spend between $50,000 to $55 billion to get in compliance. Smaller companies struggle to find funding for these privacy issues. It is essential, as privacy, defined as the ability to control or limit access to personal information, is an expectation for the end users of these products.  Smaller companies are forced to get creative when solving this problem. There’s never a moment where a company can check the theoretical box of “now we’re privacy-compliant.” Data privacy is becoming less about compliance and more about building products that meet user expectations and contexts.  Read More >>

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