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The Predictions Issue

Defining Compliance: Where Global Data Privacy and Security Are Headed in 2019

As 2019 gets underway, one of the big questions facing brands big and small around the world is: what does the new year hold for global data privacy and security? We sat down with our SVP of Legal, General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary Susan Wiseman and Associate General Counsel and Senior Director (EMEA) Marjorie Armitage, who have been on the front lines of this evolving space in recent years. Read on to see them map out their predictions for the coming year:

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A Dedication to Security: Braze Receives ISO 27001 Certification and Successfully Completes SOC 2 Type 2 Audit

Security and data privacy have always been a key focus for us at Braze. Now, after a long and thorough process, I’m proud to share that Braze has successfully completed its SOC 2 Type 2 audit and ISO 27001 certification during the 2018 calendar year. These key new security steps mean that our customers can feel even more confident that we do what we say we do with respect to our security controls.

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Brazeball Cards: The Braze Team Talks 2019 Predictions

Get to know our team at Braze and their predictions for 2019!

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Toward a Truly Connected Future: What Marketers Can Learn from CES 2019

CES—it's not just a consumer electronics show anymore. It's an opportunity for brands big and small to take the temperature of the technology landscape—and gather clues about where the world is going. So let’s take a look at the big trends at CES 2019 and what they mean for marketers…

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Beyond GDPR: Customer Relationships in a Privacy-Focused Age

Major regulatory shifts and changes in consumer perception are transforming how brands think about and act on personal data. With new laws on the horizon or on the books in Germany and California, it’s more important than ever for brands to find ways to comply with these regulations without sacrificing the customer experience

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A Big Year For Privacy Law: What’s Changed (and What It Means)

2018 has been a big year for privacy law—especially in the United States and Europe, where companies raced to meet the May 25 compliance deadline associated with the European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).