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Using ISACA's Privacy Principles to Create an Effective Privacy Program

Webinar: Using ISACA’s Privacy Principles to Create an Effective Privacy Program

With the increase in legal requirements around the world, organizations are facing stiffer penalties for security breaches involving personal information and non-compliance. This upward trend of tightening rules saw Singapore’s PDPC taking enforcement action against 11 firms for data privacy breaches in April this year. Further, companies processing personal data of European residents will have to take heed of the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to avoid penalties of 4% of their global revenues or €20 million, whichever is greater.

To help information security, privacy and compliance professionals architect and implement the best security and privacy practices for your organization, Rebecca Herold, lead developer and author of ISACA’s Privacy Principles and Program Management Guide, provides an overview of the 14 principles and explain the importance for each business, in any country, to implement them within their own organizations.

Get the eBook which includes excerpts and descriptions of each of the 14 Privacy Principles from the upcoming ISACA Privacy Principles and Program Management Guide. To help readers understand each of the principles, the eBook gave examples and actions organisations could take to support the principles.