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New Report: Taking the Pulse of the Privacy Office
By: Nymity

There has been no rest for privacy professionals coming out of last year’s GDPR compliance activities. With California (CCPA) and other jurisdictions bringing in new and/or amended privacy legislation, putting increasing demands on the privacy office, it isn’t surprising that privacy professionals are feeling anxious.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

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Reporting to the Board on Privacy: Practical Advice from a Chief Privacy Officer

Corporate directors and senior leaders take on a broad range of responsibilities when they join a company’s board. Privacy is increasingly becoming one of the issues board members are focusing on as part of their compliance and oversight obligations.

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Happy Birthday GDPR. At one year on, what have we learned?

Happy Birthday GDPR! It’s been one year since the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect (May 25, 2018). What have we learned over this past year?

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Recap: 2019 IAPP Global Privacy Summit

Last week, the Nymity team headed to beautiful Washington, DC as a platinum sponsor of the IAPP 2019 Global Privacy Summit.

California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

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Are the CCPA and US state privacy laws causing anxiety? Move from “wait and see” to “take control” of your compliance

new privacy bills, amended bills, bills not making it out of committee, bills in debate in State Houses and Senates. The privacy regulatory environment in the US is changing on an almost daily basis.

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CCPA: Getting Past Stuck and Getting Started with Consumer Rights Requests

On the heels of the GDPR, The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is set to be one of the toughest privacy laws enacted in the US.

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Understanding Individual Rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

On 28th June 2018, the State of California enacted Bill AB-375, a sweeping new privacy bill known as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

Data Subject Rights (DSR)

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An Accountability Approach to Data Subject Rights: Understanding and Protecting the Rights of Individuals Under Multiple Laws

Although they have been around for almost four decades, data subject rights have recently gained attention with the advent of the EU’s GDPR and California’s upcoming CCPA. Both laws award extensive rights to data subjects.

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Data Subject Rights: How to Authenticate a Data Subject’s Identity and Remain Compliant, Part II

When a data subject requests access to their own data, an accountable organisation should have policies and procedures in place to provide access within the deadlines stipulated by the applicable laws.

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Data Subject Rights: How to Authenticate a Data Subject’s Identity and Remain Compliant

The EU GDPR has brought greater transparency and control to how organisations process and use personal data.

General Privacy

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GDPR, CCPA, LGPD, and more: Staying afloat in the sea of global privacy regulations

The global privacy legislation landscape continues to be a complex sea to navigate. To date we have seen 117 omnibus laws (GDPR) and another 28 sectoral laws (CCPA) come into play.

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Welcome to Data Privacy Day

Today is Data Privacy Day - an international effort held annually on January 28 to create awareness about the importance of respecting privacy, safeguarding data, and enabling trust.

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OUR HIGHLIGHTS OF 2018

I don’t think any of us will soon forget May 25th, 2018. The EU GDPR was the first law with global repercussions, and it required extensive organizational changes.

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