Sign up to receive The Weekly Grail in your inbox every week!

Simply submit your email address to start receiving the latest insights every Sunday.

Something went wrong. Please try again.

Please confirm your subscription via the link in your email!

The Weekly Grail

Sunday September 22 2019

By air mail

Kate Conger, Gabriel J.X. Dance and Mike Isaac of The New York Times share how new app suspensions renew questions about whether people’s personal information on Facebook is secure in Facebook’s Suspension of ‘Tens of Thousands’ of Apps Reveals Wider Privacy Issues

Mary Stone Ross, Former President, Californians for Consumer Privacy, details the final amendments to the CCPA before it goes live in A look at the latest CCPA amendment updates

Zach Whittaker of TechCrunch reports on the short timeline until the CCPA comes into effect, and tech companies efforts to change it and push for an overarching federal law in Silicon Valley is terrified of California’s privacy law. Good.

Shalin R. Sood, Lydia de la Torre, and Elliot Golding details new data broker registration requirements in CCPA and California’s New Registration Requirement

Jonathan Greig shares via TechRepublic how many companies are at high risk for GDPR fines in the near future in Companies still unprepared for GDPR rule changes and potential EU data breaches

From our Blog

Are you attending Privacy. Security. Risk. 2019? We’ve shared our top 5 sessions to help you prepare and get the most out of the event in Top 5 Sessions for PSR 2019

Nick Key, Enterprise Account Executive, who previously worked with technologies that leverage consumer data, is refocusing his expertise to align with enterprises on solving for their evolving data compliance needs in his Employee Spotlight

Ryan Dudzinski joins the DataGrail sales team after graduating from Stanford University, where he swam on the Division I men’s swimming team, learn more in his Employee Spotlight