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.

See you at the Summit!

April 5, 2019

Visit us at Booth 500 at the IAPP Global Privacy Summit. Bob Siegel will be facilitating the CIPM course. April 30th-May 1st, 9 am - 5 pm. Meeting time available to discuss your privacy needs is available for signup here.

Latest Blog Post

April 19, 2019

Do you have 1 minute? Check out our New weekly Quick Privacy Ref-erence series.

At Privacy Ref we are always thinking of ways to improve the experience of our followers and clients alike. Weekly on our YouTube channel you will find a relevant privacy topic being discussed in a 1-minute video such as: 

  • Cookies walls and the Dutch DPA - Ben Siegel discusses his research on the Dutch Personal Data Authorities' guidance on cookies walls and freely given consent. A cookie wall is a notice from the website, informing the user about the use of cookies on the website, without a reject option. Ben provides insight into the difference between functional cookies and tracking cookies and why the Dutch DPA's advises that websites’ basics functions are to remain available for everyone and not just for those that accept all cookies (including tracking cookies).   
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