With POPIA now in full effect there are many concerns about compliance. Account manager at Liferay Africa, Greg Gatherer explains the benefit of centralising your data processing.
After many years the controversial POPIA has arrived. This africast breaks it down.
Like many other firms this week, SEACOM has outlined its POPIA compliance, commitment to data privacy and protection in this new era.
With POPIA coming into full effect this week, it’s important that myths aren’t regarded as fact. Especially with jail time and fines in store for non-compliance and negligence.
There are unfortunately also costs associated with compliance that you may not have considered before.
With six days left to become POPIA compliant, the Information Regulator has clarified what organisations and processes may be exempt from one or more of the eight conditions for legal information processing.
The registration deadline of 30th June has fallen away due to a technical glitch on the registration portal.
Nadine Mather, senior associate at Bowmans, lists several steps that local organisations must take to prepare for PoPIA come 1st July.
From 1st July, significant aspects of the POPI Act will commence. What does that mean? We brought in three experts to help us unpack.
The presidency has confirmed that certain sections of the Protection of Personal Information (PoPI) Act come into effect at the beginning of next month.
How will the IT industry adapt to POPI and more people working on their own devices?
Having been on the president’s desk since 2013, ISPA has called on current president Cyril Ramaphosa to commence the PoPI act.
WhatsApp is having to raise its age restriction to 16 in the EU. It may have to go further locally once POPI comes into effect.
IMIvault can be easily implemented into existing CRM software.
Parties have until 7th November to submit comment.
It’s not just businesses. The educators need to be educated about POPI too.
Why the new law should see an end to marketing spam, and what it means for direct marketeers if they don’t change their ways.