Setting sail towards compliance

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Navigate the challenges of compliance in a privacy-first world and turn it into a competitive advantage that drives real business growth.

Setting sail towards compliance

Compliance doesn’t have to be a burden driven by the fear of crippling fines and mountains of red tape. It’s time for a culture change in a privacy-first world where customers are yearning for transparency. It’s time to treat compliance as a competitive advantage, a driver of business growth.

  • What is privacy by design, and how does help you reduce risk? A model of prevention doesn’t just keep you on the right side of the law; it lifts the barriers to innovation.
  • How can you turn compliance from an economic burden into a competitive advantage? Can a privacy-first approach enables lasting business relationships?
  • How can businesses overcome the practical implications of implementing privacy by design and default in today’s increasingly complex information environment?

This eBook will answer those questions

Exploring the challenges and opportunities of compliance in a post-GDPR world, this eBook explores the principles of privacy by design and how they can benefit both parties in a business relationship. We’ll look at the ten key steps in setting up a future-proof information governance programme to scale and streamline compliance now and tomorrow.

 

Executive summary

Compliance. Privacy. GDPR. All too often do these words evoke images of mountains of red tape compounding in the prevailing fear of crippling fines for failing to meet their demands. But things are changing. No longer is achieving compliance all about ticking boxes; it’s about driving a culture change in an era where the trust deficit is one of the biggest societal concerns of all. It’s an opportunity for businesses to earn back the trust of their target audiences.

Businesses have traditionally taken a reactive approach to compliance1 . The top concern has long been to minimise the time and investment needed to be able to prove to regulators that a specific rule has been met. With regulatory requirements being generated on a global, national, and even a local level, the demands aren’t getting any easier to meet. Just ‘getting it done’ is no longer practical, or even desirable. Instead, it requires a strategy that starts with the very foundations of modern business operations. It demands privacy by design and default.

But let’s take a more positive outlook. Navigating the new information landscape and enabling privacy and security by design and default isn’t just about staying on the right side of the law. It’s also the only way today’s organisations can:

  • Ensure business continuity
  • Empower innovation without adding risk
  • Turn trust into a value proposition
  • Derive greater insights from data
  • Meet the challenges of scale
Download the Ebook to find out more.