117 GDPR omnibus laws, 28 CCPA sectoral laws and more amendments coming up for the CCPA and LGDP, how do you keep your privacy program afloat?
While the legitimate interests ground for processing under the GDPR can be lawfully applied in many cases, a provisional balance should be established by data controllers with more safeguards for the protection of data subjects.
Developing an effective privacy management infrastructure for GDPR compliance seems daunting. How do you prioritize to meet GDPR accountability obligations?
Privacy management software can help you increase your efficiency and accuracy by automating complex or high volumes of privacy management activities, including privacy impact assessments (PIAs)/data protection impact assessments (DPIAs), data mapping/data inventory, and enterprise assessments. How do you choose?
The responsibilities of the privacy office include building and maintaining an effective privacy program consisting of policies, procedures, and other mechanisms, sometimes referred to as governance. Privacy office support software can assist the individuals who are responsible for these tasks.
Legal research software provides fundamental support for the privacy office. Armed with up-to-the-minute knowledge, and a thorough understanding of current legal requirements, the privacy office can advise on compliance with privacy obligations across multiple jurisdictions. How do you choose the right solution?
In this final instalment of an ongoing series on the issues that affect compliance in an ever more complex world Teresa Troester-Falklooks at how organisations can demonstrate compliance using an accountability approach.
In part I of an ongoing series of articles Teresa Troester-Falk examined how the evolution of the concept of Accountability as a privacy and data protection principle. In this article, part II she looks at accountability in practice, and how to achieve accountability through structured privacy management.
In part one of an ongoing series of articles Teresa Troester-Falk examines exactly how we define the principle of Accountability in terms of privacy and data protection in today’s fast moving and fluid world where increased threats to data integrity are rapidly becoming one of the most pressing issues faced by global businesses.