Privacy Advisor

Conducting a privacy gap analysis: A primer for privacy officers

10.01.2011
High-profile privacy incidents across both public and private sectors, such as recent breaches at Google, Epsilon and Sony and a continuous stream of health information privacy breaches in Canada and the Unites States, are increasing public awareness and concern regarding how organizations handle personal information. In response, regulators in many jurisdictions and industries have introduced new privacy compliance and breach reporting requirements and increased enforcement efforts and penalties for non-compliance.

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