Stephanie Quaranta

Stephanie Quaranta is a data privacy research director at Gartner. In her role, she works with legal, compliance, and privacy executives at Fortune 500 companies to identify and prepare for emerging risks, embed privacy risk management into business operations, and work effectively with business and functional partners across the organization. Stephanie holds a B.A. in International Studies from Boston College, and an M.A. in International Economics from the Paul H. Nitze School of International Studies at the Johns Hopkins University.

Trends 2020 written on letterbox on wooden desk

Tens of thousands of respondents have weighed in via multiple surveys, and Gartner analysts have identified 15 legal and compliance hot spots spanning five main trends. Stephanie Quaranta reports on the issues creating or exacerbating the legal, compliance and privacy risks legal leaders must manage. 1. Heightened Regulatory, Trade and Recession Uncertainties Complicate Risk Analysis Regulatory uncertainty, geopolitical volatility and macroeconomic uncertainty...

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businessman checking virtual GDPR box

4 Next Steps With the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline now behind us, the real work of maintaining ongoing compliance begins. In this article, Gartner’s Stephanie Quaranta outlines the actions privacy and compliance executives should take for the rest of 2018 and into next to ensure the effectiveness of GDPR-related changes. The past two years have been busy ones...

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What Happened at Facebook?

Lessons From The Giant While not every organization is a nearly 2 billion user, social media giant like Facebook, there’s a lesson to be learned for all organizations from recent events: in today’s data-driven business environment, customer trust matters more than ever before. In this article, Gartner’s Stephanie Quaranta outlines steps privacy and compliance executives need to take in order to protect...

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