Cisco Consumer Privacy Survey
Trust, Transparency and Transatlantic Data Flows
The new EU-US Data Protection Framework is intended to create an effective mechanism for transatlantic data flows and to bring renewed legal certainty. This blog looks at approaches to privacy, trust and the roles of government and industry: what are consumers thinking?
The New Trust Standard
The internet is fundamental to maintain livelihoods, conduct business, and stay connected. Managing associated risks requires transparency, accountability, social responsibility, resiliency, and privacy. It requires a new standard of trust.
Maintaining Data Privacy in the Age of COVID
The Cisco 2020 Consumer Privacy Survey finds that most consumers want privacy protections maintained despite the pandemic, and many have stopped buying from companies who don’t adequately protect their data.
Building trust through transparency and privacy by design
Privacy is a fundamental human right and business imperative critical to building and maintaining trust. Its principles of transparency, fairness, and accountability will guide us in this new, digital-first world.
Why We Must Get Data Privacy Right
Privacy regulations are having a positive effect on business and are enhancing consumer trust. See just published Cisco Blog by Robert Waitman and the Cisco 2019 Consumer Privacy Survey.