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TrustArc Privacy and GDPR Compliance Research Report– Part 3 of 3

July 05, 2017

The results of the TrustArc / Dimensional research report on the status of U.S. Privacy and GDPR Compliance Programs will be shared in a three-part blog post series: To review Part 1, the General Privacy Market Results, click here To review Part 2: GDPR Compliance Results, click here Part 3: Privacy Program Implementation Results Companies report needing help in a wide range of areas, topped by GDPR planning, international data transfer, compliance reporting, conducting PIAs / DPIAs, and data inventory. Many GDPR implementation plans begin with conducting a data inventory; however, companies face three common challenges when it comes to data … Continue reading TrustArc Privacy and GDPR Compliance Research Report– Part 3 of 3

TrustArc Privacy and GDPR Compliance Research Report– Part 2 of 3

June 28, 2017

Part 2 of our three part series reviews results from the TrustArc / Dimensional research report on the status of U.S. Privacy and GDPR Compliance Programs. To review Part 1, the General Privacy Market Results, click here Part 3 will include Privacy Program Implementation Results. In Part 2 of this series, we will share the GDPR Compliance Results. For all companies responding, approximately 40% are still designing their GDPR plan and only about 10% have GDPR plans well underway. Many companies have a significant amount of GDPR implementation ahead of them. Responding companies have set aside relatively large budgets for … Continue reading TrustArc Privacy and GDPR Compliance Research Report– Part 2 of 3

TrustArc Privacy and GDPR Compliance Research Report – Part 1 of 3

June 20, 2017

This blog series will cover the results of a new privacy survey conducted in May of 2017 as part of the closing session at the TrustArc Privacy Risk Summit, held at the Bespoke Conference Center in San Francisco June 6, 2017. The survey, conducted by Dimensional Research on behalf of TrustArc, focused on the status of U.S. private sector efforts to meet privacy mandates in general and in particular to meet the May 25, 2018 deadline for the EU General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR). The results will be shared in a three-part blog post series: Part 1: General Privacy Market Results Part 2: GDPR … Continue reading TrustArc Privacy and GDPR Compliance Research Report – Part 1 of 3

How to Get Started with GDPR Planning

February 16, 2017

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

Submit Comments on WP 29 GDPR Guidance by Today

February 15, 2017

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 presidenceg29@cnil.fr. To learn more about TRUSTe EU GDPR solutions, or to speak with a consultant, contact us.

Survey Uncovers Sharp Divide Between Companies Preparing for the EU GDPR and Those That Are Unaware

November 05, 2015

New research from TRUSTe published today sheds light on how aware companies are of the proposed EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and the preparations they’re making. Only half of businesses are aware of the pending EU regulation on data privacy – a concerning finding given that the GDPR implementation deadline is potentially just two years away. Of those aware of the GDPR, 73% agreed it was the most important change in data privacy regulation for 20 years and two thirds (65%) are starting to prepare even before the final law is agreed. Eighty-three percent had already allocated budget to address … Continue reading Survey Uncovers Sharp Divide Between Companies Preparing for the EU GDPR and Those That Are Unaware