GDPR & Beyond: Collaboration, Consent, Capture and Care in the World of Biometric Data

Corporate Communications | December 18, 2017

With hacks and breaches announced with increasing frequency, and in an age of increasingly beneficial-but-complex fintech ecosystems, the announcement of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been timely. For the first time, biometric data has been given a new status and as such, new regulatory requirements around its capture, storage, usage and disposal.

In this paper co-written with strategic law firm Jag Shaw Baker, we look beyond May 2018 to what tomorrow’s biometrics data partners must consider.

Download the paper here: GDPR and Beyond – AimBrain and Jag Shaw Baker Final

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