Protecting your organization from lawsuits, regulatory fines, and public gaffes.
Creating competitive advantage by freeing your workers to innovate.
And, above all, helping you fully leverage digital.
A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO MINIMIZING RISK AND MAXIMIZING OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION
Whether you are an entrepreneur or a part of a large enterprise, getting digital right today is critical. But how do you create or maintain policies that empower employees, comply with regulations – such as GDPR and CCPA – reduce social media gaffes and, simultaneously, unlock opportunity?
This handbook helps you to unleash the Power of Digital Policy with field-tested, actionable guidance to minimize risk and maximize opportunity.
Sound digital policies help to manage issues like financial risk from data breaches, but they can also streamline operations, reduce redundant content and produce value. Whether you are in marketing, legal, finance, IT or HR, the worst thing to do is to watch from the sidelines.
Regardless of the industry or your company’s size or stage of policy maturity, this step-by-step roadmap meets you where you are and helps to take your organization where it needs to be.
Whether your organization is at the starter, intermediate or expert level of digital policy maturity, this section has you covered.Learn more
Find your industry to see what issues organizations in your line of business should consider and the policy areas that should be part of your frameworkLearn more
Your business role can include responsibility for digital policies. Explore policies that are relevant to your function.Learn more
With options ranging from a day-long workshop to a four-week sprint, I can help bring clarity across your organization and its regulatory environments.
I’ll work to rapidly customize a policy framework that frees you to fully leverage digital in service of your larger mission.I’d love to talk more about your digital operations and develop an engagement that fits your needs, timeline, and budget.Read more
Over my nearly two decades of experience, I’ve come to see policies as opportunities to free the organization from uncertainty, risk, and internal chaos. I’ve worked with:
I will bring clarity across your organization and your regulatory environments to customize policies that free you to fully leverage digital opportunities. Here is how I've worked with other organizations.
Efficiently unleash cross-media information without cross-media value. Quickly maximize timely deliverables for real-time sche.
Your organization needs to establish and maintain policies to keep your digital presence on-strategy, on-brand, and on the right side of the law. Which ones do you need? The Digital Resource Center provides you with the answers.Learn more
I joined BNN Bloomberg to discuss what should governments do to tackle the many issues created by social media. My message: Solving social media challenges will require more than just regulation.
"Many think of digital policies as restrictive, bureaucratic red tape that slows things down and makes their jobs harder," says Kristina Podnar, principal of NativeTrust Consulting. "It doesn't have to be that way. In fact, digital policies are liberating! Once everyone knows the rules, they can stop worrying -- and focus that energy on being creative and productive within the established guidelines." ForbesCheck It Out
Best practices and lessons learned through real life experience.
On March 24, Utah’s Governor Spencer Cox signed the Utah Consumer Privacy Act (Utah Law) into law, making it the fourth state privacy law enacted in the United States. The Utah regulation joins the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which was amended by the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 (CPRA), Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (Virginia Law), and the Colorado Privacy Act (Colorado Law).Read more
When legal counsel acts as the steward and initiates a policy program, your enterprise will gain online integrity and increased chances for reaching its overall strategic plan.Read more
The severity and damage can vary, but some kind of breach is inevitable. When that happens, you won’t have time to figure out what to do. You need an action plan that can be implemented immediately, covering everything from how you stop an attack to how you notify customers whose information may have been compromised.Read more