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Why You Stick with Privacy Shield for Now

Why You Stick with Privacy Shield for Now

Now that the Schrems II decision is behind us and the EU-US Privacy Shield no longer provides a valid legal basis for data transfers from the EU to the U.S. does it still hold a place in the privacy story for US companies?   Will the US stand up an enhanced framework...

CCPA Final Regulations Overview

CCPA Final Regulations Overview

On August 14, 2020, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced the approval of final regulations under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).  The approved regulations go into effect immediately.  Given that the final regulations are already in effect...

Gartner Includes WireWheel in Three Hype Cycles for 2020

Gartner Includes WireWheel in Three Hype Cycles for 2020

What’s the right time to invest in privacy technology? Wait too long and you’ll struggle to manage the growing volume of consumer requests and emerging privacy laws. Meanwhile, companies able to adapt nimbly to changing privacy requirements will increase consumer...

How to Guard Employees’ Data Privacy in the Age of Covid-19

How to Guard Employees’ Data Privacy in the Age of Covid-19

Companies are eager to get back to business as usual and leave Covid-19 behind. But re-opening the doors to your business and welcoming back your employees won’t be so straightforward. Covid-19 is causing a new data privacy conundrum for employers. You’re expected to...

CCPA Regulations Are Finalized. What Does It Mean for Your Business?

CCPA Regulations Are Finalized. What Does It Mean for Your Business?

The wait is over. California’s Attorney General (AG) has issued the final version of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) regulations. The final edition, published on June 1, 2020, is unchanged from the last draft, which was published in March. That’s a relief...

Spokes 2020 Recap

Spokes 2020 Recap

From June 17 – 18, WireWheel brought together experts across different industries for Spokes 2020, a virtual privacy and technology conference that examined pressing privacy and data protection issues that organizations are currently facing. Here's a quick overview of...

Save Time and Money with Privacy Program Automation

Save Time and Money with Privacy Program Automation

Where does personal data reside? In most companies, it lives in technology silos. Databases, servers, applications, zip files, and more house structured and unstructured data and are managed with inconsistent processes. What’s more, data exists in repositories that...

CCPA 1.0 vs. 2.0: What’s Changing and How Will It Impact You?

CCPA 1.0 vs. 2.0: What’s Changing and How Will It Impact You?

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is proving to be a moving target. There’s been lots of back and forth as the California Attorney General shares proposed changes and receives feedback in at least two rounds of comments before the July 1 enforcement date....

What CCPA’s Do Not Sell Rule Means for Your Business

What CCPA’s Do Not Sell Rule Means for Your Business

Does your company sell consumer data? When it comes to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), answering that question isn’t so straightforward. Even if you don't sell lists of personal data for money, you may still be "selling" under CCPA’s broad definition of...