Organizations have more options for privacy tools as the privacy technology market shows strong signs of growth, primarily driven by compliance imperatives.
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?
Nymity's 2018 Privacy Compliance Software Buyer's Guide helps a Privacy Office to navigate the different types of privacy compliance software and to best decide where to invest in order to mitigate risk, build accountability, and achieve ongoing compliance. Get the ultimate guide to buying privacy software.
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.
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?
You don’t have to search far to find cybersecurity predictions for 2019, but what about predictions for data privacy? Here are some predictions at a more granular level, which is something that’s been missing in the public discourse.
Google Chrome's new privacy tools for controlling online tracking and Brave's new model for sharing 70% of ad revenues with users are raising concerns for ad platforms.
Many have turned to VPN services to protect their privacy. However, the 2018 high-profile hack which NordVPN only acknowledged recently has raised questions on just how safe they really are.