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Prudence the Privacy Pro Vol. 4, No. 4

Think robo-calling is in your company's future? Well Prudence and Opt-Out have a no-so-subtle reminder for you U.S. businesses. If you would like to download a high-resolution pdf to print and hang somewhere in your office, click here. ... Read More

Assessing Mobile App Data Privacy Risk

We hear about “mitigating privacy risk” on a regular basis. The GDPR calls for a risk-based approach to privacy operations. Certain “high-risk” endeavors even trigger data protection impact assessments and calls to the local data protection authority’s office? Rarely, however, do we see risk-scoring in action. Until now. The IAPP and Kryptowire have teamed to survey 400 privacy professionals regarding how they score the risk of collecting dozens of types of personal data and performing actions i... Read More

2017 IAPP-OneTrust Privacy Professionals Salary Survey — Executive Summary

Executive Summary Salaries are holding strong for privacy professionals in this tenth IAPP salary survey. With Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) looming and an increasing global appreciation for information privacy risks, new opportunities abound for privacy veterans and rookies alike. This report reveals wide variance in salaries, raises and bonuses among geographies, industries, and job titles, as well as among those with and without professional certifications. Who gets the ... Read More

2017 IAPP-OneTrust Privacy Professionals Salary Survey — Full Report

The survey was sent to privacy professionals by email and via a link in the Daily Dashboard to its more than 30,000 subscribers. We focused specifically, as we have going back to 2003, on salaries, bonuses, and raises, and this year paid particular attention to pathways into the profession. Nearly 900 respondents from around the globe provided detailed information about pay in their own currency, which we converted to U.S. dollars for ease of comparison in this report. All responses were anonymo... Read More

Data Mapping Automation Tool

  IAPP-OneTrust Data Mapping Automation Tool The IAPP-OneTrust Data Mapping Automation tool enables privacy teams to collaborate with business and IT stakeholders to systematically inventory and update personal data flows, applications, and processing activities. The tool helps organizations meet the record keeping obligations of Article 30 in GDPR, and other privacy frameworks, by enabling privacy professionals to: Featuring Select a pre-defined template, for example a GDPR Article... Read More

IAPP-Kryptowire Mobile App Privacy Analysis Portal

Mobile apps can access a user’s contacts, calendar, social media, location, browsers history, call history, photographs of family and friends, unique device identifiers, and much more. Your organization’s sales team may decide to use a business-card scanning mobile app, for example, to help keep your salesforce organized and productive, but when their valuable contact lists and network of business associates ends up for sale to your competitors, your privacy team will wish it had taken a clo... Read More

PIA & Data Mapping Automation

  The IAPP and OneTrust have partnered to provide a free, comprehensive, online platform to help organizations operationalize readiness and privacy impact assessments (PIA or DPIA), data inventory and mapping automation, and website scanning and cookie compliance in an agile and cross-jurisdictional, and GDPR compliance approach. Get Started Now Featured Products: Data Mapping Automation Maintain and update data flows, applications, and processing activities with questionnaire... Read More

Investigative Consumer Report

As defined in the U.S. Fair Credit Reporting Act: A consumer report or portion thereof in which information on a consumer’s character, general reputation, personal characteristics, or mode of living is obtained through personal interviews with neighbors, friends, or associates of the consumer reported on or with others with whom he is acquainted or who may have knowledge concerning any such items of information. However, such information shall not include specific factual information on a consum... Read More

Consumer Report

As defined in the U.S. Fair Credit Reporting Act: Any written, oral, or other communication of any information by a consumer reporting agency bearing on a consumer's credit worthiness, credit standing, credit capacity, character, general reputation, personal characteristics, or mode of living which is used or expected to be used or collected in whole or in part for the purpose of serving as a factor in establishing the consumer's eligibility for (1) credit or insurance to be used primarily for p... Read More