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Privacy Resource Roundup: Celebrating Data Privacy Week

January 27, 2022 | By Marissa Wharton

In honor of International Data Privacy Week – an effort organized by the National Cybersecurity Alliance to “empower individuals and encourage businesses to respect privacy, safeguard data and enable trust” – we’ve rounded up some of our favorite privacy resources! Let’s dive right in.


WHITE PAPER: How to Comply with the CPRA

This report, conducted by Osterman Research, looks at current compliance with the original California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and how organizations are approaching compliance for the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), the updated and extended privacy legislation covering data on California residents.

Read the full report here.


PODCAST EPISODE: The Impact of Privacy Regulations on Data Governance

“Firstly, privacy is just the right thing to do from a human and business perspective… Secondly, embracing privacy for all employees and customers is a competitive advantage.”

Data privacy and governance guru Richard Hogg – Global Information Governance Director at White and Case LLP – joined us on the P3 Podcast to share his experience-based knowledge on the interplay between privacy and governance, how the two business units can work together to achieve regulatory compliance and successful governance, and more. Plus, Richard had a challenge for our listeners! Will you accept?


PODCAST EPISODE: Owning Your Privacy & Respecting Consumer Data

This episode of P3, featuring “The Data Diva” herself, focuses on what consumers can do to protect their personal information. During the episode Debbie Reynolds, proven privacy expert and the Founder and CPO of Debbie Reynolds Consulting, LLC, shares her practical tips for consumers concerned about their data, actionable advice for organizations looking to show they respect their consumers’ data, and even shares the backstory behind her awesome nickname!


WEBINAR REPLAY:  When Good Data Goes Bad: How to Shine a Light on Sensitive, Toxic, and Risky Data

As the saying goes, “you can’t protect what you don’t know you have.” Having a comprehensive understanding of the location and sensitivity of information has become an organization’s most pressing challenge. During this webinar, privacy experts Dean Gonsowski and Brian Segobiano examine new ways of mapping sensitive and personal data for compliance at scale. They also cover how continuous data mapping can support evolving compliance, security, and privacy requirements.


ARTICLE: How to Successfully Manage Ungoverned Data for Risk Mitigation

ActiveNav’s Dean Gonsowski was recently featured in Compliance Today. In the article, he shared insights and takeaways about how to manage unstructured data.

Here’s an excerpt:

Are we currently experiencing a data explosion, as many pundits claim? If the general volume of data is truly exploding, it is the longest and continuous explosion that we have ever seen. While organizations are struggling to control this data proliferation, they’re also facing increased regulatory compliance issues, ranging from state-based privacy initiatives like the California Privacy Rights Act to New York’s cybersecurity regulation, to even more novel regimes like Illinois’s new biometric rules…

Read the full article here!


We hope you enjoyed our favorite privacy resources! There’s plenty more where those came from, so be sure to check out our Resource Library.

And remember, with great data comes great responsibility…

Learn more about our solutions for data privacy and compliance here.

Marissa is ActiveNav's busy Digital Marketing and Events Specialist. When she isn't producing podcasts or planning events, you will probably find her watching a movie.