Insight: Privacy, Governance and Compliance

This insight addresses key issues surrounding privacy, governance and compliance. The topics are always evolving due to ever-changing laws and regulations. Companies' policies must match the latest rules.

More and more companies recognize privacy, governance and compliance as a priority in their IT strategies. A well-established privacy strategy gives peace of mind, allowing employees, customers and associates to use data with confidence.

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Insufficient attention to privacy increases the risk of a data breach, which can stop business activities in their tracks, result in fines and damage reputations. It's unwise to solely think of privacy, governance and compliance as an expense.

In this insight, we interview a Data Privacy Officer, among others, about the pitfalls of data privacy and what you can do to avoid them. We also highlight solutions that can help you set up a strategy.

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