How has GDPR and CCPA changed your use or procurement cybersecurity tools?

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Board Member, Advisor, Executive Coach in Software, Self-employed
Not much directly but in some situations avoiding an agent, a plugin, or something that requires a cookie will mitigate privacy risks.  Many security technologies in how they are architected, deployed, and how the vendor gathers and shares information actually is generating a substantial amount of privacy risk
CIO in Education, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
Interesting question. I think it’s actually had a greater impact on overall procurement instead of anything specific within cyber security. The method is which we purchase all software and hardware services is being evaluated more thoroughly through a security, privacy and compliance lens. Some of that is because of GDPR/CCPA. Some of that is also because of the pandemic.
CEO in Services (non-Government), 2 - 10 employees
Really not much. I think the only change I see is a few more questions asking vendors if they are GDPR compliant etc.

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