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Daily Dashboard | Ten Steps to a Quality Privacy Program, Part Nine: Address Known Issues Related reading: Polish GDPR implementation draft published for comment

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Besides helping your case should a regulator come knocking, documenting your action plan for known issues and risks is extremely important for all organizations, and following this simple model will help ensure that you are focused on the right things, applying your resources to the right projects and providing leadership with information about the important work you are doing within your organization. In part nine of her 10-part series on how to develop a quality privacy program, Deidre Rodriguez, CIPP/US, discusses how to evaluate risks, talk to legal and use documentation to “keep leadership informed on risks and to gain resources and budget dollars to address the top priorities.” Editor’s Note: Missed the first eight parts of this series? Find them here.
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