Topic: Data Privacy
ABBYY’s Commitment to Highest Standards of Information Security
ABBYY is an industry leader in developing Digital Intelligence solutions. A part of that mission is a responsibility to our clients to protect customer data. Developing innovative products may be our core business, but your trust in us is fundamental to our success.
Why You Should Celebrate the Data Privacy Day
It's Data Privacy Day! Do you treat your data privacy as you treat your home? Do you securely lock the doors to keep strangers out, hide the keys in a safe and secure place and keep your eyes peeled for prying eyes? Well, if you don’t, here are some facts to ponder: We now live in the digital era where our personal data is constantly collected, used, and shared across multiple devices and networks.
5 AI Trends to Keep an Eye On in 2019
Artificial intelligence is trending high everywhere and more and more companies are joining the bandwagon. Banking on this trend, Tatiana Danielyan, ABBYY's Deputy Director of R&D identifies 5 trends that show how artificial intelligence will help to power enterprise digital transformation journey in 2019. Trend #1. The scramble for datasets to teach algorithms for specific sectoral tasks will intensify.
The Tension between GDPR and Blockchain
A potentially problematic challenge for industry and legislators is the apparent tension between privacy rights and the rapid adoption of blockchain-based applications which are expected to reach $10.6 billion in revenue by 2023. There is a school of thought that blockchain is antithetical to and incompatible with safeguarding privacy rights.
Strengthening Privacy Rights with Privacy Enhancing Technologies
More rigorous privacy regulations such as the EU GDPR and a number of US privacy initiatives such as the recently ratified California Consumer Privacy Act impose higher standards on data controllers and processors to safeguard privacy rights – including data subject consent management, accommodating data subject requests, data portability and more onerous data controller and processor accountability standards.
GDPR and The Data Governance Imperative
Digital data pervades virtually every aspect of our lives. IDC estimates that by 2025 digital data will grow to 163 zettabytes, 80% of which will be created by businesses. From autonomous cars, robotic process automation, intelligent personal assistants to smart home devices, the world around us is undergoing a fundamental change, transforming the way we live, work, and play.
How to meet GDPR compliance obligations
Since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on May 25, companies collecting data on citizens in European Union (EU) countries have been scrambling to put systems and processes in place to comply. The GDPR sets a new standard for consumer rights regarding their data and requires businesses to protect the personal data and privacy of EU citizens for transactions that occur within EU member states.