A data protection officer stands at a fork in the road, just months before the General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect. For months, the DPO’s team has been working on getting their program in place. They can finally see their way past writing policies and conducting privacy impact assessments and leading their team as they document all their data classification procedures. Now it’s time to decide how they’ll handle the training requirements embedded within the GDPR. You may be standing at that same fork in the road. There are two paths toward meeting your goals: a deeply cynical option and a hopelessly idealistic option. In this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor, Tom Pendergast asks, which will you take?
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