Security Tools Podcast

Data Protectionism: Friend or Foe?

Episode Summary

Data protectionism - restricting the movement of data between countries - will be an option that governments will elect to implement in the upcoming months and years. As the world economy become more data-driven, impacting global GDPs, they will soon find their way into trade deals, requiring data to be held in servers inside certain countries.

Episode Notes

Data protectionism - restricting the movement of data between countries - will be an option that governments will elect to implement in the upcoming months and years. As the world economy become more data-driven, impacting global GDPs, they will soon find their way into trade deals, requiring data to be held in servers inside certain countries.

It’s not just a business decision. Exporting data on individuals is also heavily restricted because of privacy concerns. And we saw a Belgian legislator voice this concern during a discussion with Facebook’s CEO on his value as a user.

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Panelists: Cindy Ng, Kilian Englert, Mike Thompson, Mike Buckbee