Indian businesses are finding it difficult to hire the privacy professionals they need, not only in legal and compliance roles, but also in technical roles, according to a survey by ISACA, an association for IT audit, governance, risk, and information security professionals.
ISACA found that 31% of Indian enterprises surveyed were understaffed for legal and compliance privacy professionals, and 43% for technical privacy professionals.
Indian enterprises are in a better position compared to the global average, where 46% of enterprises face privacy staffing shortages in legal and compliance roles, and 55% in technical privacy roles.
There are good reasons why India is doing better than other countries, but there is no room for complacency, according to RV Raghu, director at Versatilist Consulting India and a member of the ISACA Emerging Trends Working Group.
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