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.

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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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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.

News

October 15, 2014

Privacy Ref Trains 2,000 for Fortune 500 company
Privacy Ref’s Bob Siegel is in the process of providing the IAPP's privacy training to 2,000 employees of a Fortune 500 company. The training spans several months and involves the C-suite underscoring the company’s incredible commitment to building a culture of compliance.

Latest Blog Post

October 29, 2014

Change is Good, but Change is Difficult
One of the most important aspects of a privacy program is making sure that your customers and other stakeholders understand any changes that are made to your privacy policy and notice.  If they know what you are doing, and you are transparent about it, generally you will be able to have positive interactions with your customers and continue providing a great service.  Sometimes, though, it can be met with a lot of resistance.  I want to take a look at the latter, and see what we can learn. Continue reading this post...

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