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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:
- Privacy Program Mission Statements – Bob Siegel, President,
explains what a privacy program mission statement is and tips on what it typically contains. Bob emphasizes why it is important to your organization to have a clearly defined statement to help you stay focused on long-term goals and convey to the public how you collect, use, share and safeguard their information. Bob
Compliance – We get a lot of questions from organizations regarding
how they know if all the privacy policies and procedures developed are being
followed. Bob Siegel, President, gives advice on developing an internal privacy
compliance program and what that entails. Bob also answers how to accomplish
that without draining your own labor resources, using different services and
- Consent Requirement – Ben Siegel advising on the requirements of consent according to GDPR. He will briefly discuss the four (4) requirements that must be met in order to process personal information legally. We all know that consent must be freely given, so what are the other three? Check out this brief video to hear what else you must do to meet that GDPR requirement and stay in the know. For any additional information call (888)470-1528 or email@example.com
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Posted on April 19, 2019 by Kimberly Richardson
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