The Top Data Privacy Trends for 2018: Blockchain, Gig Economy, GDPR, and more...

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Adults worldwide are swapping traditional full-time roles for contract positions in the gig economy, an exponentially expanding set of marketplaces where flexibility and service quality reign supreme. However, what makes the machinery of the gig economy churn is also the industry's biggest risks: sharing and management of sensitive data. With nearly 3 billion new connected devices powering on this year, data privacy in 2018 is already looking complicated. There are new regulations barreling down the pipeline that require major compliance efforts from companies worldwide. Emerging technologies are rapidly transforming the business landscape, requiring businesses across industries to re-evaluate the skills they need in their organizations. Companies are spending millions of dollars on security to make sure their customers’ data is safe. 
How does the expansion of the gig economy, the rapid shift in technology and ever changing regulatory environments combine to create the biggest data privacy trends of 2018?
Join us for this educational webinar where we will discuss some of the biggest  key technology trends of 2018 and their implications, while reviewing the risks and threats and how businesses can leverage these technologies to improve their platforms and overall user experiences going forward.


Nathan Rowe

Chief Product Officer, Evident ID

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