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Global Privacy: What to Expect in 2020

December 23, 2019 | Faculty Reports | Privacy | By Rebecca Herold, IANS Faculty

As 2019 comes to a close, IANS Faculty turn their attention to the critical information security issues facing enterprises in 2020. In this report, IANS Faculty Rebecca Herold recaps 2019’s major privacy regulatory initiatives and details what to expect in 2020.
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