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Operationalizing data privacy: leading practices for regulatory compliance

With the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) becoming effective in January 2020, organizations must now contend with two major privacy regulations. The CCPA and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) each have their own nuances; however, the fundamental principles of both regulations should set the de facto standard for privacy programs. How is your organization building and monitoring its program?

In this on-demand webinar, Baker Tilly privacy specialists dive into the key components of a mature privacy program. They discuss adoption of leading practices that support data privacy compliance, and how to operationalize them at your organization.

Key learning objectives

After listening to this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Identify who should own privacy within an organization, and why
  • Illustrate how to build privacy into products and services
  • Describe methods to track what data an organization has, the source and the destination
  • Summarize the purpose of a data processing agreement (DPA)

Who should watch our webinar?

Senior management; cybersecurity, privacy/data protection and IT professionals in charge of overseeing or managing privacy or data/information security; compliance officers; general counsel and marketing leaders.

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“24% of respondents answered “DPO" to the poll question “Which leading practice presents the greatest challenge for your organization?” during the webinar, Operationalizing data privacy: leading practices for regulatory compliance, on Dec. 10, 2019."

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