Privacy Ref focuses on aligning privacy practices with clients' organizational and operational goals. We design and implement data privacy programs or enhance existing ones, drawing on our experience and industry best practices. Privacy Ref consultants develop custom privacy programs unique to your business needs. Privacy Ref offers one of the most cost-effective approaches to addressing privacy requirements.

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"Their competency in understanding the whole realm of privacy, then working with other staff members has been very helpful and gives us confidence that we are meeting the requirements not only of GDPR, but California, Canada, China … as well as any new ones that arise in the future"

-- TechSmith’s CFO.

U.S. Private-Sector Privacy (CIPP/US)

Sep 18, 2019 -
Sep 19, 2019
Delray Beach, FL
Led by Bob Siegel
Only 1 seat remaining!
U.S. Private-Sector Privacy provides an overview of data protection laws and regulations in the U.S and an understanding o...

After “No”

Part of a privacy professional’s job is the development of processes and policies to manage the cons...ent of an individual. When someone does consent to their information being processed, there should be a means to record that they have done so and also a way for that individual to revoke their con...

Trust but Verify

Trust but verify — what are we talking about here?  Asking which of two pups tore apart t...he couch pillows?  My teenager’s story of why they missed their curfew?  An individual’s identity for a Data Subject Access Request (or individual rights request based on your privacy geo...

Privacy Compliance Programs

Oct 10, 2019
1:00 pm Edt - 2:00 pm Edt
Led by Ben Siegel
We will be discussing the usefulness of having a privacy compliance program in place, to be able to verify that your priva...

IAPP Privacy List

The IAPP Privacy List provides a friendly forum for the exchange of ideas and information related to a broad scope of subjects.

Shared Assessments

Shared Assessments was created in 2005 by leading financial institutions, the Big 4 accounting firms, and key service providers to inject standardization, consistency, speed, efficiency and cost savings into the vendor risk assessment process.

Generally Accepted Privacy Principles (GAPP)

The AICPA and the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants (CICA) have formed the AICPA/CICA Privacy Task Force, which has developed the Generally Accepted Privacy Principles (GAPP). GAPP provides criteria and related material for protecting the privacy of personal information and can be used ...

Privacy Ref Expanding Training Locations

Privacy Ref is expanding their training programs to all Privacy Ref centers starting July 29th, 2019.... Now you can complete your privacy professional training at our newest locations in Houston, TX and Nashua, NH in addition to our Delray Beach, FL location. Privacy Ref has instructed over 6,000 p...