Developing your organization's privacy policy is complex. Privacy law is fast evolving, especially as major breaches are bringing data protection into the public eye. PRIVACY REF's assessment, training & awareness, and consulting expertise will guide policy development and implementation.

"Data Center" by Bob Mical is licensed under CC BY 2.0

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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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October 15, 2014

Privacy Ref is proud to sponsor Data Privacy Day 2015
2014 was an eventful year with a lot of high profile data breaches and hacks. Privacy Ref has joined StaySafeOnline's campaign to bring awareness to the masses. Data Privacy Day is the 28th of January and we will be hosting webinars and participating in conversations to build better privacy for tomorrow!

Latest Blog Post

December 11, 2014

Big HIPAA 6
A few weeks ago, my wife and I decided to see a movie.  We both agreed on Big Hero 6, which is a Disney movie, but a quick look found that it was also based off a Marvel series as well.  I can say I enjoyed the film, but working in the privacy world on a daily basis got me thinking about one premise of the movie.  The robot in the film, which is designed and programmed to assist in medical care, can scan humans, discovering everything from small scratches and bumps to the amount of serotonin in your body at the moment.  That got me thinking about the implications to HIPAA or other privacy concerns that come with this. Continue reading this post...

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