Part one: What do Californian MSPs make of the encroaching new privacy regulations, and are they the first step towards a GDPR equivalent in the US?
Data is consistently described as the most valuable asset a company has these days. It makes sense then that regulation exists to protect our data and ensure it is secure. But does it? Sort of. There is no single federal data protection regulation in the US. There are industry-specific data protection regulations, such as HIPAA in the healthcare sector and the Gramm Leach Bliley Act in the financial sector, but an all-encompassing federal data protection law doesn't exist, and it's unknown wh...
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