Last week TRUSTe held a webinar “Privacy Shield Self-Certification – What’s Next?” as part of its Privacy Insight Series. If you missed the webinar you can still sign up to receive the on-demand recording and the slides. Our speakers, David Fowler, Chief Privacy & Digital Compliance Officer, Act-On Software; Amanda Gratchner, Global Privacy Counsel, NAVEX Global; and K Royal, Senior Privacy Consultant at TRUSTe discussed several different ways to enhance everything from your policies to your Privacy Impact Assessments by leveraging your Privacy Shield Certification. They also discussed how to use the Certification toward compliance with other frameworks, such as the … Continue reading 3 Ways to Leverage Your Privacy Shield Certification
As previously described in our blog post “Doing Business with Argentina Just got Easier“, change appears afoot in the land of silver’s data protection law, in order to keep pace with evolving digital technologies and global regulatory regimes. Whereas in December 2016 the Argentine Data Protection Agency (DPA) issued a report proposing changes to the national Data Protection Act (Act) after nearly a year of public consultation, this month the DPA released a draft bill to update the sixteen-year-old Act in line with many of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)’s new requirements taking effect in May 2018. … Continue reading Argentina GDPR-like Data Privacy Bill
Eleanor Treharne-Jones, VP Consulting at TRUSTe will be joining Lewis Barr, General Counsel and VP, Privacy, at Janrain for the first installment of a General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) webinar series. Lewis and Eleanor will discuss: How personal data of EU citizens can be managed and processed under this new regulation. How it applies to all organizations that offer goods or services to EU residents or monitor their behaviour in the EU regardless of location. How, if found noncompliant, your organization could face penalties as high as 4% of your global revenue. What practical steps to take to prepare for GDPR. … Continue reading How to Get Started with GDPR Planning
In December 2016 we summarized the GDPR guidelines released by the Article 29 Working Party on the “Right to Data Portability”, Identifying a Lead Supervisory Authority, and appointing a “Data Protection Officer.” The deadline for submitting comments is today. To submit comments, email JUST-ARTICLE29WP-SEC@ec.europa.eu and firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about TRUSTe EU GDPR solutions, or to speak with a consultant, contact us.
31 January 2017 By Hilary Wandall General Counsel & Chief Data Governance Officer, TRUSTe Trying to solve a problem, determine the optimal course of action or make a critical decision in the absence of meaningful data not only is frustrating – it can yield undesirable outcomes. It’s like driving without a map or hiking without a compass, let alone precise GPS. Or, like trying to communicate with a friend, whose last name you don’t remember how to spell, without a phone number, email address or Twitter handle. In recent years, many business leaders have realized that connected devices, systems and … Continue reading Maximizing Data Utility Under GDPR
Yesterday we had Ray Everett, Principal Consultant (US), TRUSTe, Veronika Tonry, President, Privacy KnowHow, former Global Privacy Manager at Chevron and Applied Materials, and Guy Sereff, Corporate Counsel, Level 3 Communications share which tools and resources companies are using to conduct data inventories. Our speakers shared some of the biggest “lessons learned” from when they conducted Data Inventories for the first time, so that you can avoid them. There is no “one size fits all” approach – you should conduct these exercises in a way that fits with your company culture. Once you’ve received the support for the project, make … Continue reading Webinar Recap: Best Practices to Create a Data Inventory and Meet GDPR Compliance