TrustArc Privacy Resources
FREE Resources for the Privacy Office
October 27, 2020 12pm EST – This session will review the legal issues from a practical, real-world perspective and what you should be doing from a technology and compliance perspective to effectively address issues raised by the Schrems II decision.
October 28, 2020 12pm EST – The scope of vendor or third-party requirements has significantly grown due to the global pandemic we’re living in. Not only are you working to ensure your vendor management efforts will result in compliance with GDPR, CCPA and other privacy regulations, now you must consider privacy risks associated with COVID-19.
October 14, 2020 12pm EST – Privacy Insight Series Webinar: Privacy Risk Management – Emerging Trends, Benchmarking Research, Best Practices and how technology can help automate certain GDPR tasks.
The GDPR forced companies to spend a substantial amount of time, resources and money on becoming compliant. For many companies,
CCPA is in full effect and, as of July 1, 2020, is being fully enforced. The “wait and see” game is officially over and organizations must be fully compliant in order to avoid regulatory fines and negative publicity. There are many requirements set forth by the CCPA, and building a strong compliance plan can be daunting.
With so much focus on the CCPA enforcement date implications, many may have forgotten about the forthcoming decision in the Schrems II case
In May 2020, TrustArc conducted a comprehensive Global Privacy Benchmarks Survey of more than 1,500 senior executives
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) continues to dominate headlines with the upcoming July 1, 2020 enforcement date and the proposed California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)
Risks in today’s climate are continuing to evolve with respect to third-parties. With so many employees working remotely, we depend day-in and day-out on third-party technologies, data sources and providers. It’s important for every business to ensure that there’s automation of the program that is based on a deep understanding of risk, as well as, the management and mitigation plans […]
Following the GDPR, the CCPA quickly presented additional and different requirements that organizations must include in their privacy programs if they are subject to the regulation. With more disclosures surrounding personal information required, privacy is not limited to a designated office – stakeholders from various departments must be aware of and take ownership of activities within their functional realms.
Before 25 May 2020, the European Commission will present the first official evaluation of the GDPR, two years after the entry into application of the new regulation. The European Data Protection Board has given its view, as has the EU Member States. During this webinar, we will discuss the first lessons learned from the GDPR, including from the private sector.
In today’s uncertain environment, organizations are regularly confronting new and evolving risks. Data-related risks can stand alone or converge with other enterprise risks, such as third party risk, regulatory compliance risk – such as CCPA and GDPR, security risk, operational and financial risks.