Learn more about India's data protection law—The Personal Data Protection Bill 2018—and how it can impact various organtizations and data governance in general.
Actiance, Inc. is on a mission to enable the security, management and compliance of unified communications, Web 2.0 and social media channels for corporate customers worldwide. With IBM Cloud as a key partner and enabler, Actiance helps support and manage more than 500 million daily conversations across 80 communications channels. Customers include the top 10 U.S., top 5 Canadian, top 8 European, and top 3 Asian banks. A key Actiance advantage is that its platforms help its customers stay ahead of compliance and uncover patterns and relationships hidden within their data, so they can be more proactive and less reactive.
With increasing needs for encryption and security, delivering content over HTTPS is becoming more critical for your business. To help you deliver content safely, we’re now offering support for the Domain Validated Subject Alternative Names (DVSAN) HTTPS certificates in the IBM Content Delivery Network (CDN). With this new important feature IBM Cloud users can now securely deliver content using their own domain names rather than using wildcard certificates.
Even though GDPR May 25 deadline has come and gone, many companies are still scrambling to meet compliance. Here at Elinar, we are busier than ever. Our data discover solution, AI Miner, built with Watson APIs, for use on the IBM Cloud platform, can quickly uncover mysterious data with a quick scan on your data mass for records which have privacy settings that need updating to meet GDPR compliance.
You probably have read the announcement last month about IBM giving clients control over their data. Today, these new capabilities to protect your data in the European Union (EU) are available and ready for use. I am going to show you how to utilize these enhanced data controls. See how to use data residency within the European Union. Learn how to get started with EU support for the IBM Cloud in Germany - read on.
With the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) guidelines coming to full effect May 2018, it is imperative that companies understand the new regulation end-to-end. Many of the GDPR’s main concepts and principles are similar to those in the current Data Protection Act (DPA), so if companies are complying properly with the current law, then most of their approach to compliance will remain valid under GDPR. However, there are new elements and significant enhancements that will make full compliance harder to achieve