The rule regarding consumer data used to be, “Get as much as you can.” It’s not that simple anymore. Banks and financial services companies that get careless with how they gather and store consumer data run huge reputational and regulatory risks.
Crowe can show you how to take great care with the consumer data you’re collecting – and how to make sure it’s an asset and not a liability.
Consumers want to know what banks and financial services companies are doing about data privacy before they do business with them.
If customers can’t trust you with their data, they’ll be less likely to trust you, period.
We can show you how to establish data privacy practices that earn trust from customers, as well as confidence from regulators.
From data management to anonymization, we’ll help you get the value you want from your data – without putting your customers’ personal info at risk.
Figuring out how to comply with data privacy regulations such as GDPR, GLBA, or the California Consumer Privacy Act can be confusing and frustrating. Layer in the fact that more U.S. states are passing new privacy laws.
When you put all the regulations together, the levels of complexity and sometimes contradictory requirements make them difficult to navigate.
You can cut through the confusion with data privacy programs that adapt and comply to changing regulations. We’ve got the experience to show you how.
To deal with data privacy effectively, you need a better understanding of the data you have and a strong program to organize, store, and protect all of it.
That’s what we do.
We’ll help you get a handle on your data ecosystem – and assess how it stacks up against regulatory requirements.
We not only provide recommendations for dealing with data privacy issues we uncover, but also can help you execute plans to address them.
We approach data privacy by meeting you where you are.
We’ve helped organizations just like yours create programs that make sense, fit your needs and goals, and actually last long term.
What do you want to do differently with data privacy? Let’s talk about what we can achieve together.
California Privacy Act Compliance in 2020 – What You Need to Know
Forbes BrandVoice: Assessing Privacy and Data Protection Readiness