Taps at the New Belgium Brewery in Fort Collins, Colorado. SC Media sat down with the company's Collaboration Business Systems Analyst Tye Eyden to discuss evolving privacy considerations amid rapid growth. (Stephanie L. Smith/CC BY 2.0)

Beer and privacy might not seem like natural allies, but at New Belgium Brewing, privacy is the premium brew.

U.S. companies don’t have to be based in California to be subjected to the state’s stringent privacy laws. Certainly that's true of New Belgium Brewing, which operates in Colorado and North Carolina, but touts national distribution of its beers. Collaboration Business Systems Analyst Tye Eyden spoke to SC Media about ongoing privacy efforts, crediting workflow automation for bringing the company into compliance with the California Privacy Rights Act in just five months.

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