In using online services and products, users give up aspects of their privacy, and that seems to be acceptable up to a point. But how do you know you are not crossing that line?
No matter how thoughtful and well-intentioned your policy ideas are, you’re not going to be on the front lines of putting them into practice. Developers and designers will, which is why they can play the indispensable role of telling you what’s possible and what isn’t.
Short of GDPR Resources? Join the club, but consider these steps towards compliance.
Customers want to know that they can trust your content and what is behind it - that it says what it means, that it's consistent, that it's accurate, and that you stand by it.
As you face the big countdown clock to May 2018, think about the type of digital policy organization that you want to be and determine how you want to position yourself to address GDPR, as well as future post-GDPR regulations.
There’s a lot more to creating digital policy than coming up with a list of rules.
There are many times when a standard operating procedure is appropriate. Here is how to determine when you should create yours.
A review of key questions to ask and determine whether you are dealing with personally identifiable information (PII).
The costs relating to any digital risk can be material, and most organizations do not calculate the risk of such exposure. It is the job of the CFO to ensure that the business appropriately reflects those risks in the 10-Q and 10-K filings.
Creating thorough digital policies is critical to capitalizing on the opportunities presented by the digital age.
Creating and maintaining digital policies is, by nature, a team endeavor. But you also need someone to lead the team.
A good digital policy repository will enable digital workers to self-service to guidance, and you will have a higher rate of compliance.
Organizations have historically relied on IT for technical systems execution and, with the rise of websites and associated digital operations, that norm continued. So why can't IT own digital policies?
It is not a question of if a data breach will threaten your small business, but when.
Legal counsel should be a meaningful partner in ensuring that digital is delivered with integrity, but most in most businesses this is not the case.
While you may feel secure with you content publishing approach, there may be significant risks associated with the actual content and the channels you are using for your organizations
Weeding, you see, is the process of cleaning out your information collection in the same way you would your garden. All at once, or periodically.