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This guidance, created by the California Office of Privacy Protection, outlines best practices for organizations to follow in protecting the personal data of its customers. It includes recommended practices for the collection and handling of data through the notification process when customers’ personal data has been compromised while in the organization’s care.
This Privacy Rights Clearinghouse checklist offers suggestions for drafting organizational data-handling principles to safeguard both customer/client and employee data. It outlines major components of effective privacy policies and asks questions to help organizations discover whether they have proper protections in place.
Created in March 2011, the Consumer Federation of America teamed up with ID theft service providers to compile these industry best practices. The document is geared toward commercial service providers and intends to sculpt the way the companies promote their services in a clear, accurate way.
Using Ontario Privacy Commissioner Ann Cavoukian’s principles of Privacy by Design, this guidance follows IBM’s data protection strategy, from policy making through implementation. The strategy consists of three primary elements—privacy impact assessments, education and awareness training and data incident management.
This template can be used to document and manage a privacy event. Included in the form are areas to track events, responsibilities, communications and actions.
TH!NK PRIVACY offers a range of free downloadable materials including posters, bin stickers and postcards, for use within your organisation. You can print them off for use in employee areas.
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