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Daily Dashboard | Challenge: Using Privacy Strategically Related reading: A look at ISO's new privacy management standard

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In part three of this quarterly series for The Privacy Advisor, 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’s made along the way as a first-time CPO at start-up TeleSign. In part one and part two, Bolinger examined developing a privacy policy, training employees and nurturing a culture of privacy within organizations. “In this column, we’ll look at some of the ways in which small companies and start-ups can use privacy strategically,” Bolinger writes—including “leveraging core privacy issues to develop an external reputation for privacy awareness, compliance and innovation; enable more efficient legal contracting, and drive, or at least influence, key public policy topics that have business value to your company.” Editor's Note: Find more information on building a privacy program in the IAPP Resource Center.
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