by Lauren Reid The Privacy Pro will not be attending the IAPP Privacy Security Risk conference in Texas this year. […]
Lauren Reid joined Serious Privacy Podcast hosts Paul Breitbarth and Dr. K. Royal on the future of Bill C-27. Since […]
by Salome Chari Of late, the privacy field has been dominated by discussions surrounding the Bill C-27 proposed by the […]
by Lauren Reid As a person with a uterus, a queer person, a person who believes that abortion and other […]
The DTPR taxonomy is an amazing tool to support an organization’s effort towards more accountability. It pushes cities to embrace a smarter, fairer approach to the possibilities offered by the digital world. By assisting Helpful Places in its mission and spreading the word, we are hoping that we can help the smart city to fulfill its promises.
When I first found out about maturity models, I was skeptical to say the least. They seemed needlessly complex and likely to induce excessive bureaucracy. To me, privacy compliance was something you simply did or did not have. I weirdly had not registered that legal memos did not make privacy magically happen on their own and that compliance was the result of a collection of processes and know-hows — in other words, a management matter.
The Privacy Pro is adding another full time Privacy Consultant to support Privacy Compliance Services. I have been thinking a lot about who this person is and why they would want to join our small firm in a competitive market. I want to start the conversation by sharing what you can expect (and what will be expected of you in turn) if you take the leap and join The Privacy Pro.