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4 Ways to Make Your Corporate Innovation Strategy Thrive in the Era of Data Protection

Corporate Innovation Strategy Insights

From new regulations like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to mounting cybersecurity and privacy concerns, data protection is having an increasing impact on corporate innovation.

The GDPR goes into effect at the end of the month, but it is by no means the only force pushing enterprises to change their ways when it comes to data protection.

High profile cases of data misuse and data breaches like Facebook, Equifax and Uber are causing enterprises to take additional privacy and data protection measures both for the sake of their reputation and to appeal to their audience.

Companies are feeling pressure from consumers as digital awareness increases and purchasing priorities change. Sixty-nine percent of consumers believe companies are vulnerable to hacks and cyberattacks, and 92% of consumers agree that companies need to be proactive about data protection.

The culture of prioritizing data protection is both an obligation and an opportunity for enterprise innovation executives. Click To Tweet

It is an obligation to ensure that data protection is a constant, from corporate innovation strategy all the way to the execution of that strategy; and it is an opportunity to collaborate with independent software vendors that provide a plethora of data protection solutions.

Our latest ebook explores how to be compliant and stay creative in the four key components of corporate innovation strategy.

Download it for free to get actionable insights to keep your enterprise ahead of the curve for the GDPR and beyond.

In this ebook:

  • Innovation opportunities in light of regulation challenges
  • Surprising statistics about the source of enterprise data breaches
  • Ways to overcome privacy and security concerns when testing new technologies
  • And more!

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About the author

Joanna Alter is the Head of Content at prooV. She is fascinated by the process behind everything from songs to sunsets to softwares, and thinks coffee tastes best on ice.