Gartner® Hype Cycle™ for Privacy, 2021

As per Gartner "By 2024, over 80% of organizations will face modern privacy and data protection requirements" (Gartner, Hype Cycle for Privacy, 13 July 2021, Bart Willemsen).


Privacy will be fundamental to the future of data collection, globally. It's time to invest in a privacy-first tech stack, creating value with trust and ensuring data compliance. It's time to find ethical and business value in data protection.
Find out in this report the key insights from Gartner on how to face modern privacy and data protection requirements. 

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  • As per Gartner "Through 2024, privacy-driven spending on data protection and compliance technology will break through to more than $15 billion worldwide."

  • As per Gartner "By 2025, 60% of large organizations will use one or more privacy-enhancing computation techniques in analytics, business intelligence or cloud computing."

  • As per Gartner "By year-end 2023, 75% of the world’s population will have its personal data covered under modern privacy regulations, up from 25% today."

"An in-control privacy-first posture and transparency and control over personal data processing activities are simply good for business in terms of brand protection, customer trust enhancement and an ethical approach to data and the people behind that data."

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Gartner®, Hype Cycle™ for Privacy, 2021, 13 July 2021, Bart Willemsen

 

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