Data protection and security have been a priority for many technologists since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. With millions of employees working from home, businesses are increasingly turning to it cloud Services and apps that you can use to do business. All sorts of problems related to securing data in transit, at rest and during processing are raised.
Regardless of your role as a technologist, consider how to incorporate privacy into your work as it is becoming increasingly clear that the privacy issue will come up at some point, especially when it comes to cloud Services and architecture. Even before governments apply stricter privacy and security laws to data, companies are taking a proactive approach and implementing internal data protection regulations.
For example, Google, which is trying to catch up with Microsoft and Amazon in the enterprise cloud market, is hoping that a little bit more privacy can be a key differentiator for potential customers.