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TRUSTe Assessment Manager Passes 1,000 Company Milestone; Version 3.0 Released

September 08, 2016

With more than 1,000 companies now using TRUSTe Assessment Manager to assess and manage privacy compliance risk, TRUSTe announced today that version 3.0 of the award-winning solution is now available.  The Assessment Manager 3.0 release introduces a host of new features including support for TRUSTe managed assessments,  increased collaboration, enhanced reporting, an expanded privacy template library, and streamlined project workflow.  The new features enable businesses of all sizes and privacy maturity to address emerging privacy challenges including Privacy Shield, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and vendor risk. Marcus Morissette, eBay Global Privacy Officer and Privacy Counsel said: “eBay is dedicated to meeting … Continue reading TRUSTe Assessment Manager Passes 1,000 Company Milestone; Version 3.0 Released

NEW! Summer/Fall Privacy Insight Webinar Series

June 29, 2016

As the privacy landscape gets increasingly complicated, you need constant access to key insights to stay on top. The Summer / Fall schedule for the Privacy Insight Series is a set of six live webinars featuring renowned speakers, and cutting edge research, tips, and tools. This program will continue to provide the perfect opportunity to gain insights from leading privacy practitioners on the key trends impacting data privacy management in 2016 and beyond. Each event is free to attend and will feature informative discussions, case studies and practical solutions to today’s tough privacy challenges. Check out the Summer / Fall … Continue reading NEW! Summer/Fall Privacy Insight Webinar Series

Small Business and the Future of Privacy in the EU

February 06, 2013

Jim Rennie
Sr Product Counsel | TRUSTe

Jim Reene, Senior Product Counsel for TRUSTe visits the 2013 Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) in Brussels to find out the updated EU privacy laws for small and medium business (SME).

I recently travelled to Brussels for the Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) Conference. With the proposed update to the EU’s privacy laws still under debate, the conference was full of politicians, academics and business people all discussing the future of privacy in the Europe.

While many topics were discussed at the conference, one of the most interesting questions that appeared over the week in Brussels was: what will be the impact of the new regulation on Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)? Some policy leaders suggested there would be little, if any impact, while others simply did not answer the question directly and/or did not care in any way about the issue. The SMEs themselves were generally fearful of the costs of compliance and the possibility of high fines. Read more “Small Business and the Future of Privacy in the EU”

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