Over the summer of 2014, the IAPP embarked on the first of what will be an annual effort to research and benchmark the privacy programs of the Fortune 1000. In partnership with third-party research firm Fondulas Strategic Research, we queried roughly 275 privacy leads at Fortune 1000 companies, all of them large, private, for-profit firms operating from a base in the United States, and got a 23-percent response rate, providing us with one of the most comprehensive samples of corporate privacy leaders ever assembled.
If you'd like to read the full executive summary that accompanies the report, you can find that here.
If you'd like to read the interpretation of the results from Hilary Wandall, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPM, CPO at Merck, find her blog post here.
If you'd like to read what Nuala O'Connor, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, head of the Center for Technology and Democracy, thinks about the report, find her blog post here.
And Trevor Hughes, CIPP, weighs in with the IAPP's point of view here.
However, if you'd just like the actual report, well, it's right here. The slides will automatically begin moving forward. If you'd like to move faster, click on the middle of the right side of the slide (there's an arrow there), or control the slides via the small dots below the slider. If you leave your cursor on the slide, it will not advance.