Privacy Ref assists clients in managing privacy risk through improving their organizational practices. We emphasize alignment of privacy practices with client goals and operations through assessment, consulting, coaching, and training services.

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Let us find ways to improve your current privacy policy, or look at the policy of one of your vendors.

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Training & Awareness

Customized training for your organization on current privacy regulations.

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Whether you need a few hours a week, or several days a month, Privacy Ref can help.

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PRIVACY REF focuses on preventative measures to protect you and your customer's data, provides guidance for handling a potential breach in order to minimize damages, and brings lawyer-level expertise at a fraction of the cost. If you need to design or implement a new policy, assess your organization or vendor's current policies, or want to train your staff on the latest rules and regulations, PRIVACY REF can assist.

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February 8, 2017

IAPP Training Classes
Privacy Ref is proud to announce that we are an official training partner of the IAPP. You now have the opportunity to learn from one of our knowledgeable privacy professionals using the most respected training content in the industry. The robust interactive training offered, aids in the understanding of critical privacy concepts. The contents of the courses are integral to obtaining your privacy certifications and to educate your new team. Learn more here.

Latest Blog Post

December 19, 2018

Political Campaigns Need Privacy Policies and Training
When I made the transition from working in American Politics to learning about Privacy, the first tidbit of information I was given was that there was a difference in terminology between the American  and the European practice. In America, we use the term Privacy but in Europe they use the term Data Protection. As I continued my journey in “Privacy” and I considered how my new-found training would have impacted my career in politics, I have come to feel that the term data protection is more applicable to the needs of political campaigns. If I were to review the numerous political campaigns that I have managed, marketed, and organized, data protection has always been woefully inadequate throughout them all. Continue reading this post...

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