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Intro-level Privacy Books

These reading recommendations from IAPP Privacy List subscribers and beyond are offered to help people new to the privacy profession get a leg up on what they need to know. Have one to add? Email resourcecenter@iapp.org. Building a Privacy Program - A Practitioner's GuideEditor: Kirk Herath, CIPP/US, CIPP/GContributors: Lori L. Mininger, CIPP/C, CIPP/G, CIPT, CIPP/US; Rebecca Richards, CIPP/G ,CIPP/US; Dorene Stupski, CIPP/C, CIPP/US; Chris Zoladz, CIPP/G, CIPP/US (2011) Cyber Law in Mexi... Read More

Prudence the Privacy Pro Vol. 2 No. 4

Thinking about collecting more data on consumers, let Pru tell you how it's done. And done right. If you would like to download a pdf copy to print out and hang somewhere in your office, click here. ... Read More

Monitoring Your Privacy Program

How to Effectively Monitor Your Privacy Program: A New SeriesMonitoring to ensure that your privacy policies, procedures and guidance are being followed is a key component of a successful end-to-end privacy program. You don't know what you don't know. How do you find out what you don't know? Monitor your program. This is the first in a series of articles by Deidre Rodriguez, CIPP/US, where industry experts describe the importance of monitoring your program and provide guidance on what to focus o... Read More

Samples Clauses on Obtaining and Withdrawing Consent

This guide from the Singapore PDPC sets out sample clauses for obtaining an individual’s consent to collect, use or disclose his personal data for particular purposes, as well as for an individual to withdraw consent or otherwise indicate that he does not consent. View Now (PDF 459K)... Read More

HIPAA/HITECH Resource Guide

In partnership with the American Health Lawyers Association: With expert editorial oversight and authorship, the HIPAA/HITECH Resource Guide provides the latest guidance for understanding all aspects of the protection of patients’ personal information. The changes, which culminated with the HIPAA Omnibus Rule, affect individuals, health systems, business associates, and many others. The IAPP has worked out an agreement so that IAPP members get the AHLA member price on this text. Purchase Now (Th... Read More