CNBC: We’ll see federal data protection law come from Zuckerberg’s testimony
Facebook recently came under fire when it was discovered that the data of 87 million Facebook users were harvested by a political consulting firm, Cambridge Analytica. On April 10, our CEO & Founder, Robert Herjavec, spoke to CNBC about the possibility of a federal data protection law being introduced by the U.S. government as a result of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony before members of US Congress.
Within the conversation, Robert discussed:
- How the potential data privacy law would mimic the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
- The impacts of governmental regulations on innovation
- Whether companies should pay a penalty for not providing adequate protection for consumer data protection
“It is the role of the government to protect our privacy,” Robert Herjavec states.
View the full interview with CNBC below:
About Herjavec Group
Dynamic entrepreneur Robert Herjavec founded Herjavec Group in 2003 to provide cybersecurity products and services to enterprise organizations. We have been recognized as one of the world’s most innovative cybersecurity operations leaders, and excel in complex, multi-technology environments. Our service expertise includes Consulting, Identity & Access Management, Managed Security Services, and Incident Response. Herjavec Group has offices and Security Operations Centers across the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada. For more information, visit www.herjavecgroup.com.