Marketing under the GDPR: What You Can and Cannot Do January 17 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am PST Online Webinar Marketing is an area that will be highly impacted by changes required under the GDPR, but there is a lack of clear guidance as to what the compliance requirements mean in practice. Register now for this free webinar where we will cover common questions: Do you need consent for everything? How can direct marketing practices comply with the GDPR and still meet business objectives? This webinar will support privacy and marketing teams by providing practical advice on what … Continue reading January Event Spotlight: Marketing under the GDPR, CPDP in Brussels & 2017 IAPP-TrustArc Research
Privacy Laws & Business International Conference July 3-5 Cambridge, UK This conference will address how to ensure that the golden age of innovation does not become the dark age of information privacy. Sessions will show how the apparent car crash between innovation and privacy does not need to be a disaster. At one end of the spectrum, innovation can be the enemy of privacy and at the other end, innovation can be an enabler. This conference seeks willingness on both sides to connect with each other in a civilised manner and to find solutions. Stop by the TrustArc table near … Continue reading July Event Spotlight: Visit with the TrustArc Team at PL&B International Conference (Cambridge) and IAPP Asia (Singapore)
UN Global Pulse and the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Present: Building a Strong Privacy and Data Ethics Program – From Theory to Practice May 4 New York The meeting will focus on how to implement privacy and data ethics in international organizations, and on how to access public-private sector data for use in humanitarian and development contexts. Four topics will be discussed during the day by experts from UN, public and private sector, namely: Privacy on the Ground: Managing Personal Data in Organizations; Ethics and a Rights Based Approach to Data: From Principles to Institutions; Privacy and Data … Continue reading May Event Spotlight: IAPP Canada, GDPR – DPIA & Data Breach Requirements Webinar & #CyberAware On Your Summer Travel Twitter Chat
Today wrapped up the annual IAPP Privacy Summit in Washington, DC – The Summit is the largest gathering of privacy professionals in the world. Our team had a great time meeting with many of our great clients, and speaking on several panels. We also announced an exciting development: enterprise integration options for our Data Privacy Management Platform (TRUSTe Platform). These new platform capabilities provide streamlined integrations with top business intelligence, governance risk and compliance, help desk, human capital management and IT system management applications. The new capabilities extend the learning’s from extensive client usage of the TRUSTe Platform to enable … Continue reading New Privacy Platform Enterprise Application Announced at IAPP Privacy Summit This Week
14 December 2016 By Hilary Wandall General Counsel & Chief Data Governance Officer, TRUSTe Part 1. Be a Counselor. Last Thursday I had the honor of delivering a firestarter session at the IAPP Practical Privacy Series in Washington D.C. I had been asked to speak about re-envisioning the role of a privacy leader as a business enabler – rather than a leader who solely focuses on providing compliance, policy and/or legal guidance, and it inspired me to share three invaluable lessons I’ve learned over the past 15 years while seeking to navigate the ever-changing privacy terrain in order to help … Continue reading The Privacy Leader as Business Enabler – Part 1. Be a Counselor.
A new benchmarking study by IAPP & TRUSTe is available: Preparing for the GDPR: DPOs, PIAs, and Data Mapping. Contrary to many mainstream media reports that indicate a lack of GDPR awareness, more than 90% of organizations have begun preparing for GDPR compliance. Key Takeaways Over 90% of survey respondents have at least begun preparations for GDPR compliance. EU companies are further along the compliance path with 67% reporting their implementation is underway or completed vs. 42% for the US. 43% of companies report they already conduct data inventory and mapping projects, and another 30% are planning to do so … Continue reading Majority of Companies Actively Preparing for EU GDPR