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As we pass the first anniversary of GDPR, it presents an opportunity for business leaders to evaluate their privacy and consent strategy to ensure it treats consumer-controlled data sharing across cloud, mobile, and IoT sources as a business imperative and shifts innovation toward consumer trust.
Nick Caley, Vice President – Financial Services and Regulatory at ForgeRock joins me on my daily tech podcast to explore the successes and challenges one year after GDPR went into effect. Nick shares his insights on how to address top privacy business challenges by:
- Empowering end-users with rich consent and privacy capabilities
- Breaking down identity silos and to get to a single view of and for the customer
- Keeping customer data accurate and protected
We also talk about GDPR from the consumers perspective where rather than experiencing a new era of data transparency, the most noticeable impact of the new regulation has been a significant worsening in their internet experience. It seems there is still a great deal of work to be done before GDPR truly fulfills its primary goal of putting users back in control of their personal data.