Smaller companies will use machine learning for privacy compliance

24/11/2022 | IAPP

Privacy compliance is a leading concern for small businesses hoping to ensure confidentiality and preserve customer trust. Issues such as understanding applicable regulations through to balancing customer experience and data collection are more challenging to complete within budget and expectation for smaller companies. In an article for the IAPP, Pramod Misra co-founder of UNIFI.AI, explains that automation tools and solutions can help simplify compliance, saying: “While there is still a long way to go, machine learning can help optimize resources and reduce costs for organizations in their privacy impact assessment."

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