What CIOs Should Expect in 2023: Recession, Talent Crisis, Privacy

[ad_1] As we hurtle toward 2023, multiple opposing forces are making themselves felt in the office of the CIO and the IT organization. We are still in the midst of a talent shortage, but at the same time executives are whispering about the possibility of recession and job cuts. Outside the enterprise, consumers are feeling … Read more

Choosing the Right Third-Party Data Partner for Analytics

[ad_1] There are many third-party data providers to choose from, and companies use third party data providers because they don’t think that the data that they already have internally is enough to produce accurate results in their analytics. One case in point is a healthcare system in Europe that wanted to determine trends for certain … Read more

California Data Privacy Law Nabs Sephora, Sets Stage for Future

[ad_1] The recent first enforcement of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) set the stage for domestic regulation of data privacy and how companies might navigate the collection and use of customer data, including its sale to third parties. Personal care and beauty products retailer Sephora agreed to pay a $1.2 million fine in a … Read more

What the FTC’s Scrutiny of Data Collection May Mean

[ad_1] More regulatory oversight may come in the years ahead if the US Federal Trade Commission cracks down on data collection by companies. Privacy professionals and attorneys, respectively from the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and Lowenstein Sandler, are weighing in on the announcement from the federal agency this month. The FTC said it … Read more