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Nymity Privacy Management Framework™

A STRUCTURED APPROACH TO PRIVACY MANAGEMENT:
THE PRIVACY MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTABILITY FRAMEWORK™

The Nymity Privacy Management Framework™ is a comprehensive listing of over 130 privacy management activities identified through Nymity's global data privacy accountability research. The privacy management activities are structured in 13 privacy management processes, and are jurisdiction and industry neutral. Originally developed to support the privacy office, this framework is widely used for audit, security, risk, and IT purposes to ensure privacy management within organizations.

Organizations have found the Framework helpful when:

  • Structuring their privacy program
  • Baselining and program planning
  • Benchmarking privacy management
  • Understanding best practices

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GETTING STARTED

A STRUCTURED APPROACH TO PRIVACY MANAGEMENT:
GETTING STARTED

Nymity’s Privacy Management Primer has been designed to equip privacy officers with the knowledge, strategies, tools, business case, and a communication framework needed to maximize their privacy management program. The accountability paper, workbook, and other resources included, help privacy officers create a definitive privacy management program, justify additional resources, and best allocate the resources to effectively achieve accountability and compliance.

Organizations have found this methodology helpful when:

  • Building a privacy management program
  • Enhancing existing privacy management program
  • Optimizing existing resources
  • Selecting a privacy management strategy based on organizational needs
  • Building a business case for additional resources to support organization’s privacy management

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DEMONSTRATING COMPLIANCE

A STRUCTURED APPROACH TO PRIVACY MANAGEMENT:
DEMONSTRATING COMPLIANCE

This methodology is used by responsible organizations to attain compliance through building an infrastructure of accountability within their privacy management program. Increasingly, the privacy office in responsible organizations wants to manage and report the status of its privacy program, in other words, to demonstrate accountability. In order to demonstrate accountability, the privacy office needs to index existing documentation related to the processing of personal data and use it as evidence of accountability. Documentation includes policies, procedures, and other controls from HR, Marketing, Legal, Procurement, Sales, Product Development, IT, and all other parts of the organization that either process personal data or affect the processing of personal data.

Organizations have found this methodology helpful when:

  • Reporting to internal stakeholders
  • Demonstrating accountability to regulators and auditors
  • Building a culture of privacy within their organizations
  • Managing heightened privacy risks
  • Considering privacy as a competitive advantage

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A STRUCTURED APPROACH TO PRIVACY MANAGEMENT: PRIVACY MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTABILITY FRAMEWORK™

The Nymity Privacy Management Framework™ is a comprehensive listing of over 150 privacy management activities identified through Nymity's global data privacy accountability research. The privacy management activities are structured in 13 privacy management processes, and are jurisdiction and industry neutral. Originally developed to support the privacy office, this framework is widely used for audit, security, risk, and IT purposes to ensure privacy management within organizations.

Organizations have found the Framework helpful when:

  • Structuring their privacy program
  • Baselining and program planning
  • Benchmarking privacy management
  • Understanding best practices

LEARN MORE

A STRUCTURED APPROACH TO PRIVACY MANAGEMENT: GETTING STARTED

Nymity’s Privacy Management Primer has been designed to equip privacy officers with the knowledge, strategies, tools, business case, and a communication framework needed to maximize their privacy management program. The accountability paper, workbook, and other resources included, help privacy officers create a definitive privacy management program, justify additional resources, and best allocate the resources to effectively achieve accountability and compliance.

Organizations have found this methodology helpful when:

  • Building a privacy management program
  • Enhancing existing privacy management program
  • Optimizing existing resources
  • Selecting a privacy management strategy based on organizational needs
  • Building a business case for additional resources to support organization’s privacy management

LEARN MORE

A STRUCTURED APPROACH TO PRIVACY MANAGEMENT: DEMONSTRATING COMPLIANCE

This methodology is used by responsible organizations to attain compliance through building an infrastructure of accountability within their privacy management program. Increasingly, the privacy office in responsible organizations wants to manage and report the status of its privacy program, in other words, to demonstrate accountability. In order to demonstrate accountability, the privacy office needs to index existing documentation related to the processing of personal data and use it as evidence of accountability. Documentation includes policies, procedures, and other controls from HR, Marketing, Legal, Procurement, Sales, Product Development, IT, and all other parts of the organization that either process personal data or affect the processing of personal data.

Organizations have found this methodology helpful when:

  • Reporting to internal stakeholders
  • Demonstrating accountability to regulators and auditors
  • Building a culture of privacy within their organizations
  • Managing heightened privacy risks
  • Considering privacy as a competitive advantage

LEARN MORE
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