Bracing for a future that involves AI and ever-increasing data sets, CIOs face great cultural challenges.
GDPR: 6 must-reads for leaders
GDPR went into effect May 25. Here's what you need to know about the privacy regulations – and why they may clash with blockchain
Some IT leaders seem to dread the topic of GDPR: One attendee at last week’s MIT Sloan CIO Symposium tweeted that the refreshing thing about the conference was that GDPR had not been mentioned.
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However, as with any regulatory change, preparation is key. We’ve rounded up our recent coverage to get you up to speed on preparation strategies, audit avoidance, likely pain points, and more.
The GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation, is one of the widest-reaching – and potentially most punitive – privacy laws ever. Learn the key facts
Expert advice on top pain points and what to worry less – and more – about
Blockchain promises immutable records. GDPR promises the right to be forgotten. How will this work out?
One benefit of preparing for the upcoming GDPR data privacy regulations: You can boost customer service at the same time
How can CIOs prepare for the GDPR privacy regulations? Here are four strategies for Linux environments.
Do you understand the rules around having a data protection officer - and how that person can and can't interact with IT?
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