New privacy tech offerings are continuing to pop up this week. TrustArc is simplifying its compliance management tool for the EU General Data Protection Regulation and California Consumer Privacy Act by adding regulatory updates, risk scores, program status, and other privacy program indicators to its management dashboard. Norton Rose Fulbright is rolling out its Network Traffic Analyzer, a data protection tool hub that aids a company's detection and tracking of data collection and sharing. Informatica announced it's enhancing and growing its data security integrations across Microsoft platforms. ID Experts introduced SocialSentry, which will allow a consumer to delete, take down or block malicious content across their social media accounts. Meanwhile, Research and Markets has released a report that explores the emerging privacy software market between now and 2027. According to the report on PR Newswire, the global market will see a compound annual growth rate of 13.7% over the next eight years while tripling its value from $521.3 million to $1.6 billion.
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