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CIPP Data Privacy Certificate: What it is and How to Get it

As privacy and data protection laws proliferate with each passing year, an increasing number of organizations are seeking highly-trained privacy experts. Privacy professionals who pass a Certified Information Privacy Professional Data (CIPP) program and receive a data privacy certification stand out from the crowd, as a CIPP Data Privacy Certificate...

NIST Privacy Framework

The National Institute of Standards (NIST) Privacy Framework provides practical controls and actionable steps that could improve how your organization identifies, manages, and responds to privacy risks. With new privacy and data protection laws emerging globally, particularly across the U.S., implementing the Framework could help you get a headstart on compliance...

EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework

The EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework, or EU-U.S. DPF, is a new agreement designed to facilitate cross-border data transfers between the European Union and the United States. With the downfall of Safe Harbor and, subsequently, the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, it remains to be seen whether the EU-U.S. DPF will conclusively solve the...

Google's Mobile Unwanted Software (MUwS) Requirements and Your Privacy Practices

Google's Mobile Unwanted Software (MUwS) is a mobile software category that Google flags as potentially harmful due to its suspicious behavior. To combat this threat, Google has released a set of requirements that developers must adhere to when building and submitting apps on the Google Play Store. In doing so, developers can...

Legal Requirements on Abandoned Checkout Emails

Checkout abandonment is one of the most disappointing yet unavoidable realities of the ecommerce industry. Not to mention, it significantly hurts conversion rates and bottom lines of ecommerce brands everywhere. While sending abandoned checkout emails to customers can be an effective strategy for recovering lost sales, it's important to be mindful...

UK Handling Data Protection Complaints

The United Kingdom's General Data Protection Regulation (UK GDPR) is the UK's main privacy law. Organizations that are required to comply with the UK GDPR must take certain steps to deal with any data protection complaints they receive. This article will explain what the UK GDPR is, who it applies to,...