Sue Poremba

Data Privacy Expert

Bio: Sue is a freelance writer based in Central PA. She's been writing about cybersecurity and technology trends since 2008 and was named a Top 25 Women in Cybersecurity Influencer by Onalytica. A graduate of Penn State University, Sue loves watching sports and closely follows all Nittany Lion and Philadelphia teams; she even wrote a book, The Phillies Fan's Little Book of Wisdom.

Nevada’s New Privacy Law: How It Matches up against the CCPA

Add Nevada to the growing list of states implementing new data privacy laws. Sue Poremba breaks down what is coming with Nevada's law in October, and how it compares to the CCPA.

Data Mapping: The Starting Point for Data Privacy Compliance

Data mapping is discovering what data you collect, where it’s stored, with whom it’s shared, how long it’s retained, and for what purposes it’s used.

Interview Series: Scott Giordano, IAPP Fellow of Information Privacy

DataGrail recently interviewed Scott Giordano, IAPP Fellow of Information Privacy, VP of data protection at Spirion and data privacy attorney, to bring you insights from a leading legal professional in the field of data privacy.

The Future of Data Protection and Other RSA Observations

Data privacy is having its moment, and the topic made its way into many of the sessions, keynote addresses, and general conversations at RSA Conference 2019.

Tim Cook and Apple Embrace Role as Data Privacy and Protection Leader

While some tech companies have given lip service to wanting to be leaders in privacy, others have taken action and tightened privacy practices. Many have called for federal privacy laws, including Apple. Tim Cook has been outspoken in his support for better data privacy efforts at every level.

Evolving Privacy Laws Empower Consumers

The GDPR arrived in May, California passed and amended it’s consumer privacy regulation, and Colorado put their privacy law online back in September. Yet, consumers and businesses alike want their governments to pass even more data privacy legislation.

Data Privacy Will Become Consumers Top Issue in 2019

With almost every website asking for permissions on data collection, consumers are now more aware than ever of their data privacy rights.

Why Tech Companies Want a National Privacy Law

Americans want data privacy laws. Well, at least that’s the case since GDPR went into effect in May 2018 and U.S.-based consumers learned about the protections their EU counterparts were now receiving. States paid attention, and across the country there are scattershot bills introduced and laws passed.

Need to Know Series: The Indian Personal Data Protection Bill

In late July, India released the Personal Data Protection Bill 2018. The privacy legislation was jump-started by an Indian Supreme Court decision that claimed privacy is a fundamental right and challenged government to come up with a “a regime for data protection.

Is it Time for an American GDPR?

GDPR is now in effect, American companies are paying attention, and California quickly passed its Consumer Privacy Act, which is scheduled to go into effect in 2020. Yet, Americans don’t have the same data privacy protections as EU residents.