Over the years, many states have implemented online data privacy regulations. As a business owner, it’s your duty to stay up to date with these laws and protect your customers. Failure to do so will not only affect your reputation but can destroy your bottom line. For startups, there are a few things you need to know about data privacy laws.
Data privacy rights are not going anywhere. In fact, the focus on consumer privacy is only going to increase (rapidly) in the next few years. As a startup, it’s important to protect yourself. But doing so can be a challenge, even for the most experienced business owners. As the laws change, you will have to continue to stay up to date. Don’t put your business at risk. To learn more about online data protection regulations and whether your business is in compliance, contact the Law Office of Elliot J. Brown. Fill out our online request form to schedule a free consultation today.
The growing demand for software, platforms, and infrastructure to be more scalable, faster/easier to use, and cost-effective has shifted us away from the traditional on-premises model to a cloud-based model. This post will dive into the three services above; SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS.
In response to consumer privacy concerns, several states have implemented new data security laws. The most recent of which is California’s CCPA. This blog post discusses some ways that startups can become CCPA compliant.