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Believe it or not, you're in the best possible position to be working on your compliance program. Although the road ahead may seem daunting, you're right to be thinking about it now. It is much easier to execute on compliance work and bake it into the culture of your organization while you're in an early growth stage or when you're getting ready to pivot to the next level.

Often organizations like yours are challenged with understanding all the requirements that may apply, figuring out how to build business operations that address customer questions about your compliance, and looking for guidance on where to get started in a way that works with limited resources.

Building a solid foundation requires time and attention, but we're here to help you provide the training to level set your teams, identify your existing gaps, put together solutions that fit within your organizational capacity, and map out a plan to take the work to the next level when you're ready. Begin by identifying the policies and procedures you do have in place, any known compliance gaps, and the level of knowledge your teams might need. This simple exercise will help you identify the areas for growth and improvement, as well as quantify the scope of what might be missing.

We work with organizations in all stages of development, from 2 people in a room building an app to global gaming companies and beyond. Contact us for information about how we can level-set your teams with the education they need to execute on the compliance plan we'll build for your organization.
Operating on the global stage can be complex for even the most seasoned organizations, but take heart in knowing that it is easier to do when your organization's size is modest. Now is the time to establish good practices and set the foundation for compliance that you can build off of in the future.

The work often comes down to focusing on the fundamentals, and while organizations like yours may be challenged with understanding all the requirements that may apply and how to then communicate about your compliance work in the marketplace, we're here to get you moving in the right direction and to empower you to build on that work in the future.

Building a solid foundation requires time and attention, but with the right training, analysis of your existing practices and products, we'll put together solutions that fit within your organizational capabilities and map out a plan to take you to the next level when you're ready. Begin by identifying the policies and procedures you do have in place, any known compliance gaps, and the level of knowledge and training that's been provided to your teams. This simple exercise will help you identify the areas for growth and improvement, as well as quantify the scope of what might be missing.

We work with organizations in all stages of development, from 2 people in a room building an app to global gaming companies and beyond. Contact us for information about how we can level-set your teams with the education they need to execute on the compliance plan we'll build for your organization.
If you're like many organizations of your size, you're thinking about taking the next steps to improve on your compliance practices. Perhaps you've identified some gaps but are challenged with the question of how to capture all that you need to know to put your organization on solid footing for the future. Or you may be confident in your practices, but are looking for confirmation and opportunities to improve the maturity of the program. Bandwidth is often a concern as well, as is ensuring that your teams have the knowledge they need to stay efficient and effective around privacy practices.

Navigating through the compliance requirements does get easier over time, but it takes a solid foundation and an organization in which everyone is moving in the same direction around the work. Identifying the gaps in compliance is the first step in the excavation that can bring to light the solutions that elevate your organization - both in terms of your practices and your posture in the marketplace.

Start with a gap analysis of your current products and data practices, and build a roadmap to solve any existing issues and the policies and procedures to follow to avoid those issues in the future. Ensure that everyone has been trained on the compliance requirements and new policies, can anticipate the customer sensitivities that might arise around your data protection practices, and has the tools they need to communicate properly and consistently about your practices in the market.

We work with organizations in all stages of development on just this type of work, and often act formally or informally as a virtual chief privacy officer for mid-sized organizations. Contact us for more information about how we can help you continue to build and grow your privacy program
Many organizations of your size are in the process of identifying the necessary steps to build on existing compliance practices, and given the global regulatory requirements, this may seem rather daunting. It's critical to understand where the gaps lie in your product or organizational compliance, and to ensure that your teams have the guidance and frameworks they need to continuously improve their practices.

Navigating through the compliance requirements does get easier over time, but it takes a solid foundation and an organization in which everyone has the information they need to be able to identify and address potential issues as efficiently and effectively as possible, without undue disruption to the work. Identifying the gaps in compliance is the first step in the excavation that can bring to light the solutions that elevate your organization - both in terms of your practices and your posture in the marketplace.

Begin by examining your current products and data practices, as well as how you manage data subject rights. Build a roadmap to solve any existing issues and the policies and procedures to follow to avoid those issues in the future. Ensure that everyone has been trained on the compliance requirements and new policies, can anticipate the customer sensitivities that might arise around your data protection practices, and has the tools they need to communicate properly and consistently about your practices in the market.

We work with organizations in all stages of development on just this type of work, and often act formally or informally as a virtual chief privacy officer for mid-sized organizations. We also serve as a data protection officer (DPO) for GDPR purposes. Contact us for more information about how we can help support and improve your privacy program today and for the future.
Building a compliance program is a complex and critical challenge for education institutions. Many are still catching up to the requirements, and since the work really is about building an entirely new function, it can seem overwhelming at times.

We work with education institutions of all sizes, many with very limited resources, and we understand the struggle that often comes with creating or improving on a privacy program in the midst of various competing priorities. There's no shortage of work to be done, from properly limiting data access to instilling good security behaviors to vetting classroom technologies, it can be hard to know where to begin. The matrix of regulation, including FERPA, PPRA, COPPA and your state laws only adds to the challenge.

Part of the solution is to break the work down into simple, logical pathways to follow, moving step-by-step through a process that ultimately results in a robust data protection program that encompasses all stakeholders. We've written a book about it, and are here to provide you develop a plan, execute on it and improve the privacy posture of your education institution.

Tell us about your challenges and let's come up with a solution to solidify your privacy program and get it working work for you.
Building a compliance program is a complex and critical challenge for education institutions. For many, the rush of technology into the classroom seems to have outpaced the data protection capacity, so catching up and getting a compliance program in place that is robust enough to manage the need can be daunting.

We understand the struggles that often come with creating or improving on a privacy program, especially with limited resources and competing priorities. There's no shortage of work to be done, from properly limiting data access to instilling good security behaviors to vetting classroom technologies, it can be hard to know where to begin.

Part of the solution is to break the work down into simple, logical pathways to follow, moving step-by-step through a process that ultimately results in a robust data protection program that encompasses all stakeholders and helps you move more nimbly through the process of working with technology providers. We've written a book about it, and are here to help you develop a plan, execute on it and improve the privacy posture of your education institution.

Tell us about your challenges and let's come up with a solution to elevate your privacy program and get it working work for you.
Improving your compliance practices, understanding the compliance requirements for a new growth sector, or conducting due diligence on a potential acquisition's data protection practices are just some of the challenges faced by large organizations. In addition, preparing to manage new and emerging regulation such as California's Consumer Privacy Act can stretch teams to the limit.

However, you likely have the advantage of clarity on your organization's tolerance for risk and a history of mobilizing in some way to address complex issues. Managing what comes next often comes down to having a solid foundation in place, built on the fundamental concepts and requirements common to data protection regulations, as well as providing consistent, annual training to your teams on the requirements, why they're in place, and the boundaries for compliance within which your organization operates.

Whether you're looking for an assessment of existing practices, or guidance around a particular issue, consider compliance and data protection as foundational to innovation and growth. It is and will be a business advantage, and careful positioning around your compliance program will build consumer trust.

We're here to help, with services that include building and improving organizational cultures of compliance, privacy impact assessments, strategic compliance planning, communications guidance, employee training and acting as a virtual chief privacy officer. Contact us to find out more about how we can help you navigate the complexities with reasonable strategies that align with your goals.
Improving your compliance practices, understanding the compliance requirements for a new growth sector, or conducting due diligence on a potential acquisition's data protection practices are just some of the challenges faced by large organizations. In addition, preparing to manage new and emerging regulation in different regions can stretch teams to the limit.

However, you likely have the advantage of clarity on your organization's tolerance for risk and a history of mobilizing to address complex issues. Managing what comes next often depends on having a solid foundation in place, built on the fundamental concepts and requirements common to data protection regulations, as well as providing consistent, annual training to your teams on the requirements, why they're in place, and the boundaries for compliance within your organization.

Whether you're looking for an assessment of existing practices, guidance around a particular issue, or a new compliance strategy, consider compliance and data protection as foundational to innovation and growth. It is and will be a business advantage for decades to come.

We're here to help, with services that include building and improving organizational cultures of compliance, conducting privacy impact assessments, strategic compliance planning, communications guidance, employee training and acting as a GDPR data protection officer or as a virtual chief privacy officer. Contact us to find out more about how we can help you navigate the complexities with reasonable strategies that align with your goals.