Companies, government agencies and other organizations are eager to build privacy considerations into all phases of their operations, and Privacy by Design (PbD) programs provide a way to do just that. Luckily, to evaluate the efficacy of such a program, there are objective and subjective guideposts. When used together, these tools can help privacy professionals and managers determine whether PbD programs are meeting their initial goals. In this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor, Libbie Canter and Jeff Kosseff, CIPP/US, describe how to do just that.
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