Four Strategies for Data Privacy Law Readiness
Regulation around data privacy is a complex patchwork of different international, national and local laws that makes compliance increasingly difficult. The passage of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the EU and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in the U.S. have given data subjects new rights and fundamentally redefined the relationships between businesses and consumers. On the heels of those laws, new regulations are being proposed all over the world that will give consumers new rights over their personal data.
As additional laws are passed and become enforceable, businesses have to establish new processes to responsibly manage customer data and meet their obligations under evolving privacy regulations. There’s no singular path to achieve compliance with the existing series of laws, let alone remain compliant with the complications introduced by future laws and amendments. Instead, businesses need to focus on individual compliance workflows and strategies that will streamline necessary actions.
In this ebook, we’ll examine four critical data privacy strategies. For each one, we’ll dive into the most important topics to consider and how modern technology can facilitate compliance efforts.