ZoomInfo, a provider of go-to-market intelligence solutions, announced the release of its Compliance API, created to help ZoomInfo customers understand the personal data they possess and more accurately respond to consumer requests under GDPR and the forthcoming CCPA.
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Apple is focused on privacy for kids and authentication methods acceptable for apps listed in the App Store. The default position for apps in the App Store is that they must use the Sign in with Apple authentication method. Exceptions to this rule exist. Apple has added a host of kids' protections.
Fugue has evolved its platform and risk manager offerings into one SaaS offering. The new product allows cloud users to manage security and compliance through a single product, streamlining visualization and management of their cloud infrastructure. Access to the Fugue API automates the process.
As PSD2 starts to take shape in Europe, ING has published three new open banking APIs in France. The APIs include an Account Information API, Payment Initiation Services API, and Confirmation of Availability of Funds API. This is a starting point, and ING is working on additional APIs soon to come.
Atlassian has updated the Confluence and Jira Cloud APIs to comply with Europe's GDPR privacy regulations. The company will officially retire older APIs towards the end of March 2019. For now, the Bitbucket Cloud API has not been updated but the company will make GDPR-related changes to it soon.
Over 57 million Americans get their health insurance through Medicare. However, one barrier to significantly improved care has been the free flow of Medicare claims data between dissimilar systems. According to the US Digital Service however, version 2.0 of the Blue Button API should fix that.
Analytics API provider and customer data platform Segment has announced a new API to help businesses comply with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules that go into effect next month in Europe. Under the GDPR, Europeans will have more control over and access to their personal data.
SparkPost announced a version of its SparkPost API that is fully compliant with the upcoming GDPR in the EU. SparkPost EU is hosted in Europe as opposed the the US where the original API is hosted. The EU version brings compliancy as well as lower latency and increased performance to EU customers.
Monzo released an interim API to comply with the Payment Services Directive (now officially law). While the company plans on adding all functionality of its interim API to its standard developer API, the interim API will ensure immediate compliance for companies managing account information.
Google, IBM, along with a number of other technology companies have introduced the Grafeas API, an open source artifact metadata API. Using the Grafeas API, organizations can combine data with other metadata to build a comprehensive model for security and governance at scale.