Infographic: Jurisdictional Data Privacy Heat Map

Unfortunately for businesses, the consequences of data loss can be significant – ignoring the laws on information sharing can result in risk of litigation, substantial fines and brand damage to the organization. Companies should be aware of the legal regulations in place to protect sensitive data, and compliance should be a necessity. To show you the comparative risks of legal proceedings, data access requests across the globe and the implications of data loss, Intralinks has created a Jurisdictional Privacy Heat Map infographic.


28 January 2014

Jurisdictional Privacy Heat Map: Data Privacy and the Comparative Risks of Legal Proceedings and Data Access Requests

Today’s business world is full of digital information, so it’s no shock that with all of that information, data loss can be a frightening reality for many organizations.

Unfortunately for businesses, the consequences of data loss can be significant – ignoring the laws on information sharing can result in risk of litigation, substantial fines and brand damage to the organization. Companies should be aware of the legal regulations in place to protect sensitive data, and  compliance should be a necessity.

To show you the comparative risks of legal proceedings, data access requests across the globe and the implications of data loss, Intralinks has created a Jurisdictional Privacy Heat Map infographic.  Countries most likely to prosecute data breaches (in red) generally provide the strongest protections and legal processes to protect data.

If you’d like to learn how to achieve legal compliance in your organization, download the whitepaper we created in association with law firm Field Fisher Waterhouse entitled, “Confidential Collaboration: How to manage regulatory compliance & data privacy while keeping your data safe.”

Jurisdictional Data Privacy Heat Map Infographic - Intralinks

 



Meagan Parrish

Meagan Parrish

Meagan Parrish is the Senior Manager of Social Media at Intralinks. She is responsible for social media strategy development and the communications for Intralinks' online communities. Meagan has been creating social media strategies for a variety of companies across verticals for the past several years. She holds Bachelor degrees in Marketing and Finance, with a minor in English Literature.