With GDPR fast approaching, data protection is top of mind for Workday’s customers. Today we're sharing that we’ve obtained approval for global Binding Corporate Rules for Processors (BCRs) that focus on safeguarding customer data. Read more from Workday Chief Privacy Officer Barbara Cosgrove.
Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data analytics have increased the discussion around privacy. From our very beginning, privacy protections have been a fundamental component of Workday’s services. Today we are announcing that in addition to our ongoing compliance with privacy laws and regulations, Workday will follow three Privacy Principles that reflect our core values: put privacy first, innovate responsibly, and safeguard fairness and trust. Read on to learn more.
At Workday, we advocate for a regulatory environment that allows our customers to take full advantage of the power of cloud computing. Read on for takeaways from our recent roundtable, co-hosted with Member of the European Parliament Dita Charanzova, about the importance of establishing the free flow of data.
As part of our strong, ongoing commitment to privacy and protecting our customers’ data, Workday moved quickly to self-certify for the Privacy Shield, which provides an even better mechanism for the transfer of European data to the U.S. than the overturned Safe Harbor privacy framework. Read more from Workday Chief Privacy Officer Barbara Cosgrove.
In this episode of Behind the Cloud, Phil Windley, chair of the Sovrin Foundation, talks with host David Clarke about his vision for a self-sovereign system of online identity that is more portable, secure, and convenient. They also discuss how blockchain-powered technologies can help solve identity issues online.
Workday Rising started Wednesday morning with the Culture Imperative Keynote, featuring Great Place to Work CEO Michael C. Bush and some fantastic panelists. We also provide recaps from today’s Business Leader Forums: one on how General Electric is using artificial intelligence and machine learning, one focused on data privacy, and another on how several companies have reinvented performance management. Read more in today’s Workday Rising Daily.
The responsibility to comply with data privacy obligations is not one that our customers, and those considering Workday, bear alone. Barbara Cosgrove, vice president, chief privacy officer at Workday, highlights three features of Workday that directly address GDPR requirements.
Workday's public policy agenda is determined by how well a particular policy empowers our customers and our employees. Jim Shaughnessy shares six policy areas Workday will focus on this year: intelligent technologies/AI, blockchain, free flow of data, privacy, cybersecurity, and inclusion.
Despite the recent ECJ ruling on Safe Harbor, Workday customers shouldn't worry. Jim Shaughnessy explains Workday's approach to data protection, including availability of Standard Contract Clauses that subject Workday to the highest threshold of regulatory oversight and enforcement in the EU.
The recent ruling of the European Court of Justice invalidating the EU-US Safe Harbor agreement has introduced a level of uncertainty into discussions around global data privacy. As always, Workday puts what is right for the customer at the centre of what we do, and we are approaching this latest development with that core value front of mind.
Data Privacy Day is recognized internationally on Jan. 28. Read why Workday has become a Data Privacy Day Champion, and how we embrace the principles of data privacy for our customers and employees in our daily actions.
We asked customers, partners, and Workday executives about the biggest issues and trends impacting CIOs and IT leaders this year. They share their insights on security and privacy, AI and automation, and analytics.
In this episode of Behind the Cloud, Workday Chief Privacy Officer Barbara Cosgrove talks with host David Clarke about the main principles of GDPR compliance, Workday’s role in supporting our customers’ compliance, and the skills and capabilities needed to ensure data privacy.
While the road has been long, in short order the Privacy Shield will become an important vehicle for transferring data along the highways of the global digital economy. Read more from Workday General Counsel Jim Shaughnessy.
Protecting and securing our customers' data is fundamentally important to Workday. Workday agrees the Privacy Shield provides major improvements over the Safe Harbor and hopes the Privacy Shield will be implemented without delay.