Resources

eBooks

The Ultimate Guide to Data Subject Access Request (DSAR) Management

Learn what DSAR is, the obligations and costs of non-compliance, the key differences between CCPA and GDPR, and how to prepar for DSARS and establish a continuous process that can flexibly adjust as requirements change.

Five Critical Things a CTO Needs to Know About Privacy in 2019

In this short white paper, we highlight the five critical things a CTO Needs to Know About Privacy, because there are a number of ways that you can drive your company to comply faster and more efficiently.

The Ultimate Guide to California’s Data Privacy Law

This eBook offers a comprehensive overview of  The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) – the core components of CCPA, the key differences between CCPA and GDPR, as well as the key steps you should take to get started and ensure you have the agility to evolve as the law changes.

Webinars & Roundtable Discussions

WEBINAR

How Blackboard Tackled Privacy-By-Design with AWS and WireWheel

“On the Air”
Roundtable Discussion

CCPA Roundtable:
We Asked and They Answered

WEBINAR

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA): An Introduction by its Author and Leading Technologists

WEBINAR

Modern, Efficient Privacy Compliance with AWS and WireWheel

Events

CONFERENCE

International Privacy + Security Forum

April 3-5 2019
Washington, DC

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CONFERENCE

IAPP Global Summit

May 2-3
Washington, DC

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Press Releases

In the News

"When I was leading a lot of the efforts by the Obama administration around domestic privacy legislation, one of the things I saw was that there are definitely strong alignments between some of the civil liberties groups and the Democratic side, and some of the corporate groups and the Republican side"

"People are demanding simple protections, said Justin Antonipillai, founder and chief executive officer of WireWheel and former Acting U.S. Under Secretary for Economic Affairs at the U.S. Department of Commerce during the Obama administration."

“The FTC has been taking enforcement action against companies that claim they’re complying... There is always going to be criticism around this, especially if you see [data] breaches. It’s going to take a lot of work to build trust in coming years.”

"If the only person overseeing the intelligence community in the United States was the [Privacy Shield] ombudsperson, we'd be in trouble."