Episode 4: What’s Next? Looking Forward To The Next 5-10 Years
Welcome back to Privacy Matters – the data protection podcast from Be Secure. In each episode in the series, we’ve […]
Aside from the conventional data protection and privacy challenges faced by organisations across the European continent today, Brian Siney—One Trust Fellow of Privacy Technology (FPT) awardee—mentions three distinct hurdles impacting digital security. “Cost of investment in training and recruiting qualified professionals, adopting the right technologies, and the dynamic nature of data privacy are key areas to be emphasised,” he says.
Looking back just a few months ago one of the important legal decisions of note was the Court of Justice of the European Union ruling in the “Schrems II” case where the court invalidated the Privacy Shield framework for the transfer of data from the EU to the US. This was five years after the “Schrems I” case which invalidated the previous framework Safe Harbor.
Director and founder of Be Secure Jersey, Brian Siney, has been awarded the “Fellow in Privacy Technology” by One Trust, the global leader in privacy, security and governance enterprise solutions. Brian is one of only six people in the UK and Ireland to achieve such a prestigious award.