For new chief privacy officers (CPOs) challenged with creating privacy programs, step one is, of course, developing an internal policy. But policies themselves do not create the "culture of privacy" that is essential to a successful privacy program. In part two of this quarterly series for The Privacy Advisor, TeleSign CPO Stephen Bolinger, CIPP/E, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, CIPM, who spent years at tech giant Microsoft, shares some of the strategic and tactical decisions he has made along the way as a first-time CPO at a start-up, including how to create the privacy pros you need to help you get the job done. Editor’s Note: There’s more on building a privacy program in the IAPP Resource Center.
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