Training for quick privacy wins

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Training for quick privacy wins

A survey of privacy managers at an Open Compliance and Ethics Group (OCEG) event in January revealed that more than two-thirds are seeing moderate to material increases in external scrutiny - with almost half reporting material increases.

Also uncovered in the survey were the top four privacy concerns of these managers. These four areas are outlined below and can easily be addressed through the implementation and maintenance of a comprehensive privacy program that lays the groundwork for a coherent strategy to accomplish ...

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