Automating Privacy Compliance

Automating Privacy Compliance: Data Privacy Best Practices

The regulatory landscape for protecting data is constantly evolving. As Cimplifi discusses, there is technology available for automating privacy compliance!

Their post (Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Automating Privacy Compliance, available here) discusses how the best way to address changes in business processes both efficiently and effectively is to operationalize and automate. Operationalizing and automating your approach to data privacy is no different – there are technology solutions available today that can help your organization address your privacy compliance efficiently and effectively – while also integrating that approach with other related business functions.

There are ten considerations to keep in mind when selecting a solution to assist with operationalizing and automating your approach to data privacy Here’s one of the ten considerations for automating privacy compliance:

Track and Re-Use Responses: Where there are similarities between the privacy laws, or questions on a Request for Information (RFI) to your organization, you don’t want to reinvent the wheel each time, so the solution should apply (by default) answers you’ve already completed to questions that are the same or substantially similar.

So, what are the other nine considerations for automating privacy compliance? Find out that and more here! It’s just one more click! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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