In the wake of The Cookie Apocalypse and the Death of IDFA… Make Privacy a Priority!

AD TRACKING: Beginning of the End TIMELINE 2011 Google Real Time Tracking begins 2012 Apple introduces IDFA 2016 Apple offers users the ability to opt out of using the IDFA 2016-2018 Google perfects Tracking with Analytics 360 and DoubleClick Digital Marketing 2020 Google announces the replacement of third-party cookies with eplace 3rd party cookies with …

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Privacy Innovators Poised to be more Profitable

Last week, the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario (IPC) released its strategic priorities for 2021-2025. Near the top of the list was children and youth in a digital world – vowing to champion the access and privacy rights of young people and hold organizations accountable for protecting those rights. Stark. But not stunning. The …

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No more tears for fears: your privacy program can rule the world

March is FinTech Privacy Month The MPC Privacy Quadrant provides organizations with the clarity of their position in the data collection and processing space: Volume of information dependence Risks based on the industry Consequences of negligence Gaps between regulatory obligations and internal privacy practices Gaps between what consumers and employees expect and organization’s data handling …

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How is your organization covering its privacy risks?

March is FinTech Privacy Month In our previous article[1] we discussed how privacy laws leave bread crumbs pointing towards a risk-based approach for a total privacy protection strategy. Indeed, the triad of IT Risk Management, Privacy and Security is crucial for FinTech and larger-sized companies to tackle the many regulatory obligations they have to comply …

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A risk-based approach to Privacy is best in FinTech

March is FinTech Privacy Month In our previous article[1] we mentioned that the FinTech sector is possibly the most regulated and we need to acknowledge that there is a real burden of compliance. But management of risks need not focus on “busy” but rather on “smart”. There are two strategies for smart privacy compliance management: …

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Recognizing Privacy Gaps and Risks in FinTech

March is FinTech Privacy Month To kick-off the FinTech month, it is worth mentioning that organizations in this sector collect a lot of personal information related to the service and products they provide. This dependency on data is positioning them in the most-at-risk part of the MPC Privacy Quadrant: These organizations are typically also regulated …

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How can I bring my SMBs information practices into the “privacy safe zone”?Episode 4 –Top 5 Deep Privacy Insights for the Supply Chain

We live through unprecedented times but also very exciting times. Never before did we have so much information at our fingertips. We are incredibly fortunate to see so many developments around privacy and security standards around devices and the supply chain. NIST has recently announced their draft IoT guidance[1] and at the same time the …

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How can I bring my SMBs information practices into the “privacy safe zone”?

Episode 3 – Privacy Top 10 FAQs for the Supply Chain Managed Privacy Canada has compiled a list of questions and suggested privacy actions and controls for organizations of all sizes to review before engaging the services of a third-party: Privacy Question Privacy Action or Control PQ1. Do you understand if the service provider is …

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