When it comes to privacy and data protection, the public remembers your mistakes far longer than your successes.
Our teams know what it takes to keep your reputation strong and your organization compliant.
We can build a privacy and data protection program from the ground up, or modernize the program you already have in place. And if you need ongoing help handling privacy protection issues, we can do that too.
Privacy regulations are complex and confusing. And each regulation has to be applied specifically to your organization.
It takes a lot of work to sort it all out.
Our specialized teams have already digested privacy regulations – so it’s easier for you to understand too.
We know where to start and how to simplify the process so you understand how to comply in the shortest amount of time possible.
Regulations are the push for moving privacy and data protection forward, but these areas have real-life impacts.
Privacy incidents can be costly for businesses, both publicly and internally.
It’s worth the investment to build out a robust privacy program that can evolve to meet the ever-changing landscape of laws and regulations – and protects you from reputational harm.
We can help you understand where there are gaps in your processes, and then we’ll create an action plan to fix those gaps moving forward.
A sound privacy program doesn't just protect your business. It enhances your reputation as a trustworthy, ethical organization.
We’ll help you set up a robust privacy program that positions you as an organization that takes privacy seriously.
We help companies understand what’s expected of them based on current privacy laws and regulations. Then we implement privacy programs and processes designed to allow you to maintain trust with your customers.
Our practical, human-based approach means we can work with existing elements, or implement a brand-new privacy program.
In light of the Privacy Shield being struck down, businesses need to be more cognizant about the way information moves around their organization. We know that “just don’t move data” isn’t a viable option for most businesses. The good news is that Crowe can help relieve the frustration and concern that information security, privacy, risk, and other leaders are experiencing today with our data transfer risk assessment.
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There’s a lot to know around privacy and data protection. As consumers are granted more power in the data transaction, states work to craft their own data privacy requirements, and privacy programs continue to expand, it’s more important than ever to stay informed.
We know you take privacy seriously. That’s why we’re here to support you with our series of webinars. Join us.
In a post-COVID-19 world, online interactions will take on an ever-increasing role in daily life. Organizations that achieve compliance around privacy and data protection might keep themselves out of court, but might fail in the court of public opinion where expectations are rising – and where profits are won and lost.
Learn how to build a firm foundation – and how an ethical approach to data management can protect your customers and the bottom line.
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Data privacy has taken center stage since the introduction of GDPR and CCPA, and a number of states and jurisdictions are discussing local laws, so it’s critical that leaders get their IT security and privacy teams on the same page.
In this session, we’ll spotlight how an integrated approach to IT security and privacy programs can yield powerful results in less time and at less cost – and how commonalities in these programs can harmonize processes and increase efficiencies.
Date of webinar: May 14, 2020
All of us – regardless of the role we play in the organization we work for – are responsible for complying with laws and regulations, and for maintaining the value of the organization’s brand. We also play a role, obvious or not, in managing risk.
During this webinar, we’ll examine the principles that support functionally integrated risk management. We’ll also discuss ways to harmonize privacy and data protection requirements with the integrated risk management program, to help leaders make more informed decisions.
Date of webinar: May 28, 2020
Beyond the walls of your organization, you may be at risk of data breaches or mismanagement by third-party vendors and suppliers you aren’t even tracking. Does your organization know which vendors and suppliers have access to private information? Do you know what frameworks your third-party providers have in place to safeguard that information?
In this session, we’ll explore the risks posed by third-parties, as well as how leading organizations are working with their suppliers and vendors to mitigate their risk.
Date of webinar: June 11, 2020
Starting in July, the California Attorney General will begin enforcing the CCPA – and final regulations will be forthcoming. Do you know what could be required of your organization? If you don’t need to comply directly with CCPA, you aren’t out of the woods. CCPA is setting the bar for other states, which have increased their focus on data security and consumer privacy requirements.
We’ll help you identify a strategic framework for managing consumer information that is in alignment with your company’s ethical philosophy.
Date of webinar: June 25, 2020
What was at the top of your team’s priorities before COVID-19? If privacy and data protection weren’t at the top, they should be now. With so many team members working remotely and companies taking emergency measures to allow access to systems remotely, personal data is at higher risk than ever before.
During this webinar we’ll dive into practical implementation and how-to guidance on what it takes to stand up an ethically-grounded data privacy program framework that meets the requirements of today – and those to come in the years ahead.
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Date of webinar: July 16, 2020
The introduction of GDPR and CCPA have highlighted organizational risk related to consumer data, privacy, and information security. While the first step to meeting these requirements is establishing a sound and ethical framework, you cannot stop there. You need to put both your policies and technical processes to the test.
Learn how auditing your privacy and data protection efforts can aid in protecting the organization from poorly designed processes – and help identify gaps that could undermine the program.
Date of webinar: August 20, 2020
In the current landscape, many believe that M&A activities will accelerate. Privacy regulations, like GDPR and CCPA, make it crucial for those buying or selling to understand the potential risks of personal information acquired.
In a merger or acquisition, data privacy and security-related challenges can turn into a ticking time bomb – or be a strategic asset. Knowing what to look for, questions to ask, and how regulations are impacting this area are vital. Personal data and information can be a major ongoing concern or the key to driving top dollar. Join us to find out the difference.
Leverage a wide range of services and the expertise of Crowe specialists to address related challenges your business faces.
We understand the core foundational elements of a privacy program – but there’s nothing cookie-cutter about what we do.
We’ll take the time to understand just what you need from your privacy program. And then we’ll help you build the program that works for your organization.
Ethical data privacy in a time of COVID-19
Privacy and Data Protection Part 1: Internal Audit's Role in Establishing a Resilient Framework
Understanding Data Mapping and Responding to Consumer Requests
The Intersection of Privacy and Security
California Privacy Act Compliance in 2020 – What You Need to Know
Forbes BrandVoice: Assessing Privacy and Data Protection Readiness