The “developing under the GDPR” narrative is still not over. A big part of the developer world is still trying to figure out how to interpret the regulation. We caught up with freelance consultant and developer Michiel Rook to talk about the key concepts of GDPR and its implications in event sourcing.
Thanks to Article 17 of the GDPR, organizations using event sourcing need to double check and make sure they are following the rules. JAX London speaker Michiel Rook explains a few simple fixes to make sure performance isn’t impacted by compliance.
In the case of the GDPR, many of the websites that have decided to utilize geo-blocking are doing so out of an abundance of caution, not because of specific transgressions. But why have we not seen actions like these taken before? The answer to that is simple: the stakes are much higher now.
Do you know where your data is moving? Dr. Alan Nichol and Ricardo Wölker will show you how to build and run your own GDPR-compliant Natural Language Understanding (NLU) service with the open-source Rasa NLU library. You can query it over HTTP without Python knowledge and it leaves you fully in charge of your data.
The GDPR provides for the privacy of EU citizens regardless of where in the world their data is stored and used, so today’s CDO will need to have the ability to manage data collection, storage, and usage accordingly. Maggie Kimberl explains how this regulation complicates data collection.
As competition around algorithms will remain the most heated battleground for ad tech companies, excellent results all start with the quality of data. The old adage, ‘garbage in, garbage out’ has never been more apt. As it turns out, first-party data is not only the new gold standard for advertising, it’s set to become the legal benchmark too when the GDPR is enforced.
Open source components are present in an enormous percentage of applications in numerous firms. What does the security overview of open source look like just moments before the GDPR enforcement?
When working with blockchain, the protection of sensitive user data becomes the main concern in the age of GDPR. If you need to work with data on public blockchain, here’s how to do it safely.
Last week, GitHub released its annual transparency report for the year 2017. I know that keeping up with legalities can be really boring and time-consuming, so I will do my best to give you the highlights of the report.
The General Data Protection Regulation will come into effect next year. Are you in compliance with the new EU privacy and data protection law? Alexsandro Souza explains some common technical GDPR compliance issues and how you can be ready.