The times of Corona are far from behind us, so this week on Serious Privacy, we discussed a medical topic: what is the relationship between technological innovation and pharma? How can they work together to facilitate new ways of working? And why do innovation and quick thinking really count in a pandemic like we have now? Listen to the new episode now.
Companies that were global in nature and already using virtual practices had to quickly reconsider the tools and partnerships they had in place. In addition, companies strengthened relationships with clients using tech, but are letting clients dictate their critical needs.
“Healthcare professionals are getting more quality information at the time they want, at the place they want, in the way they want.”
Listen to hear Ashley Slavik of Veeva and Jennifer Couture of Alexion discuss the innovation they have seen over the past month – everything from how tech helps companies enhance their business activities to working with colleagues in new ways. Ashley discussed how Europe thanks healthcare workers and Jennifer shares how water cooler conversations can still happen. In this episode of Serious Privacy, we bring profound insights and tricks to make every day better.
If you’re interested in learning more about how COVID-19 has affected privacy, listen to Serious Privacy’s two-part series on COVID-19, where we talk about the virus with a number of guests, discussing employee privacy, the collection of health data and the latest regulator guidance. Listen to part 1 and part 2 here.
Stay informed of COVID-19 updates and how it relates to data privacy with special resources and guidance provided through Research & Alerts – a solution designed to provide complete and instant insight into privacy compliance with global regulatory updates. Contact TrustArc today to see if you qualify for free access to Research & Alerts.
As part of the TrustArc Privacy Insight Series, TrustArc Associate General Counsel – Privacy Intelligence K Royal, and TrustArc Privacy Legal Specialist Christina Fratschko presented the webinar “US Quarterly Privacy Update: Consumer Privacy Law” last week. This blog post will give a brief summary of that webinar; you can listen to the entire webinar and download the slides here.
In this quarterly session, the panelists provided:
An overview on updates to Consumer Privacy Law for each of the states, and mentioned which legislatures have killed their bills due to substantive issues or slating them for further study. Also discussed were commonalities between bills among states with regards to rights to access, correct and delete personal information, and right to opt-out of sale of personal information.
A review of three federal bills proposing consumer rights: 1) United States House of Representative Draft Law Discussion Bill – new safeguards around how companies can collect and use identifiable consumer data, 2) Consumer Online Privacy Rights Act (“COPRA”) – entities subject to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission jurisdiction must comply with individual rights, and 3) Consumer Data and Security Act – establishing a clear federal standard for data privacy protection, giving businesses a uniform standard rather than a patchwork of confusing state laws.
What employers and educational institutions need to know during this growing pandemic of the novel coronavirus around the world. The panelists recapped several guidances issued by regulatory authorities. The Office for Civil Rights, which enforces the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”) published an advisory regarding Telehealth in which healthcare providers can communicate to patients and provide Telehealth services through communication technologies. The U.S. Department of Education issued guidance on how and when educational institutions may share student personal information if a student has COVID-19. In addition, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission published some guidance on how employers can handle information of a COVID-19 case among their employees and protect their employees from COVID-19.
Watch this on-demand webinar to stay up-to-date on consumer privacy laws in the US. TrustArc also has a robust library of on-demand webinars available here.
Join us for the next webinar in the Privacy Insight Series: “COVID-19 – What are the Potential Impacts on Data Privacy?” with TrustArc SVP, Privacy Intelligence and General Counsel, Hilary Wandall on 4/8 at 9am PT. Register for the webinar here.
The TrustArc Privacy Insight Series is a set of live webinars featuring renowned speakers, presenting cutting edge research, tips, and tools. Events are free and feature informative discussions, case studies and practical solutions to today’s tough privacy challenges.
We are excited to announce that TrustArc has been recognized as a Leader by Forrester Research in the Forrester Wave™: Privacy Management Software, Q1 2020!
According to Forrester, TrustArc’s “Market-leading privacy expertise permeates the product offering and in turn, creates a strong business vision and direction.” Forrester also noted that “leading-edge technology powers the TrustArc Privacy Platform,” which, “offers a customer onboarding experience that delivers highly relevant, customized, and actionable content.”
Forrester evaluated TrustArc’s Privacy Management Platform along with the offerings of 14 other vendors on over 25 different criteria in three groups: current offering, strategy, and market presence. TrustArc received the highest possible score in 12 criteria including the breadth of software, product strategy, vision, content, planned enhancements, market approach, innovation roadmap, and more.
The TrustArc Privacy Platform helps enterprises design and build privacy programs, assess and remediate risks, and manage ongoing privacy compliance. Recent platform extensions include automated solutions and partner integrations to further help companies manage privacy, including a first-of-its-kind automated Risk Profile and Privacy Profile.
We believe our placement highlights our success developing holistic solutions infused with privacy intelligence for creating ongoing scalable compliance and data protection programs. We thank our customers who provide innovative feedback and utilize our products to drive success in their businesses daily
Download a free copy of the Forrester Wave™: Privacy Management Software, Q1 2020 ($2,995 value), here.
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Sharenting – parents sharing kids’ information – should we care? Should they care? On this week’s episode of Serious Privacy, K Royal and Paul Breitbarth talk with Prof. Dr. Mariea Hoy, DeForrest Jackson Professor at University of Tennessee, and Dr. Alexa K Fox, Assistant Professor of Marketing at The University of Akron, on their recent publication, “Smart Devices, Smart Decisions? Implications of Parents’ Sharenting for Children’s Online Privacy,” in Journal of Public Policy & Marketing. This research explored how parents, specifically mothers, post about their children on social media and how they share their children’s personally identifiable information (PII) in a marketing context.
In the past, sharing photos of your children was familiar but controlled: you pull out the hard copy photo of your child from your wallet, hand it to your coworker who gushes over how adorable your child looks in their school picture. “I can’t believe how much they’ve grown!” the coworker says, as they naturally hand the hard copy photo back to you, and you safely tuck it back into your wallet. The internet changed the ways in which we share information about our children. But are we putting children at risk by oversharing?
This episode of Serious Privacy explores the ramifications of “sharenting” as privacy concerns continue to grow and the brand to consumer relationship blurs. Stream the new episode here. Serious Privacy can be found on all major podcast players (Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, etc.). Subscribe and review today!
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