Privacy Leadership Demands More Than Minimum Compliance
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) kicked off a tidal wave of privacy regulations around the world. This year’s California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) impacts 40 million Americans and companies that wish to do business with them.
Many companies are focused on meeting minimum compliance requirements. But trying to define a “minimum viable” privacy strategy is impossible in a sea of constant change.
In 2020, amendments to CCPA, coming regulations like California’s Privacy Rights and Enforcement Act (CPREA), and laws in other states will define new privacy requirements. Global companies will also need to adjust to changing laws worldwide. Therefore, the only way for forward-looking privacy leaders to prepare for the future is by building scalable privacy programs with the flexibility to evolve.
Watch the webinar replay to hear privacy experts’ advice on the changing privacy landscape and on evolving your privacy program beyond a “minimum viable” solution.
- The minimum you need to do to comply with CCPA, including Do Not Sell and Subject Rights Requests
- What to expect from CCPA amendments and future privacy regulations
- How to build a flexible and robust privacy program that adapts to change
Founder and CEO, WireWheel
Recognized as one of the leading experts on privacy and data protection. He led a number of important international dialogues as Acting U.S. Under Secretary on privacy, including the EU-US Privacy Shield negotiations and GDPR outreach.
CEO and Partner, Privacy Culture
Steve is passionate about big data and all things digital. With more than 20 years’ experience, designing, developing, managing and delivering transformational data, governance, privacy and security programmes, Steve’s vast experience as a pragmatic and charismatic leader, ideally places him as a ‘trusted advisor’ at board level on all privacy and security related matters.