Where Data Privacy Compliance Goes Next
The town hall at last week’s ASAE Technology Conference & Expo was referred to onstage as a “broccoli” session—a panel discussion that didn’t have the fun of a session on augmented reality or blockchain, but one that was probably more important.
After a year in which the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) seemed like the most important compliance issue ever to hit the world of data privacy, broccoli was probably what the audience at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland, needed last Wednesday.
Perhaps it was, but the session, moderated by DelCor CIO David DeLorenzo, CAE, was a reminder that compliance issues in relation to data collection are always a part of the tech leadership gig—and there’s always something fresh around the corner. ASAE Chief Information and Engagement Officer Reggie Henry, CAE, reminded the audience of precedent like the Payment Card Industry data security standard (PCI), which arrived more than a decade ago and brought similar compliance headaches that still occasionally surface.
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