Achieved Compliance joined regulators, policymakers and privacy practitioners gathered in Washington on March 27-28 for the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ (IAPP) Annual Summit.
Achieved Compliance’s President Melise Blakeslee will be speaking on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) at the Reston Herndon Meeting Planners Breakfast in Herndon, Virginia on May 17th.
Achieved Compliance’s Melise Blakeslee to Participate at TechAssure’s Toronto 2018 Conference on “Compliance for the Procrastinator” GDPR Panel
Join Achieved Compliance’s Founder Melise Blakeslee at TechAssure’s Toronto 2018 Conference on April 24th where she will be participating as part of the GDPR panel discussion “Compliance for the Procrastinator”.
While companies work to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the European law that takes effect on May 25, it is important to remember that countries in other parts of the world also are adopting new approaches to information privacy protection. Companies that plan to do business in new markets should take note of these and understand that the steps they take to comply with the GDPR – particularly with respect to accountability –…
“Legitimate business interest” is one of several legal bases to process data articulated by the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – and probably the least understood.
Consumer consent to the collection and processing of their information has been a cornerstone of data protection practices. The General Data Protection Regulation lists it as one of several ways companies can establish a legal basis to process data.
Companies that must meet requirements of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation face new compliance challenges. The regulation’s provisions on accountability represent a new approach to data protection and management.
On February 27, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) reached a settlement with Paypal, Inc. relating to the privacy and security practices of Venmo, Paypal’s peer-to-peer payment service. The FTC alleged that Venmo failed to adequately disclose to its users that transfers of funds from their Venmo balances to external bank accounts were subject to review, and such funds could be frozen or removed in cases of suspected fraud. The FTC’s complaint also charges that Venmo…
Department of Commerce Invites Achieved Compliance’s Paula Bruening to Present on GDPR and Privacy Shield for US Exporters
Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and EU – U.S. Privacy Shield What U.S. Exporters Need to Know