Global and domestic privacy regulations like GDPR and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) are forcing businesses to develop and implement comprehensive data management processes to comply with new privacy requirements.

Paul Iagnocco

In this age of compliance, privacy strategies have become ongoing initiatives, rather than one-time implementations. New privacy-by-design principles can help companies integrate compliance in their early-stage engineering processes to build compliant-ready products and services. But to achieve sustained compliance, privacy needs to be ingrained in company culture and run through the heart of each employee—whether they touch data in HR, sales, or IT.

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