Data privacy is still a fairly new field. The annual international Data Privacy Day (only 11 years old) commemorates the signing of the first-ever data-privacy treaty back in 1981. Most fields that young would still be the realm of a handful of experts. But today, data privacy is a common topic for everyday consumers and marketers. This speaks to data’s explosive growth — 90% of all data ever was created in the last two years — and to how intrinsic it’s become to everyday life.
In this piece for the Forbes Tech Council, Intouch EVP David Windhausen addresses three common fears about data security and why those fears are unfounded.