The 10 Questions You Must To Be Able to Answer “Yes” In Privacy Breach Litigation


It is not a question of whether, but when, a privacy breach is going to hit your enterprise.  The ensuing litigation from law firms who make their living suing companies for privacy breach will subject your employees to deposition questions under oath.  How would they respond today to these ten (10) questions?

List of 10 questions: http://www.privacycomplianceconsulting.com/privacy-self-assessment-questionnaire

If the answer to any of the questions is “No,” your enterprise would benefit from a comprehensive, independent assessment of the risks, controls, and business disclosures associated with the privacy of personal information. By employing good privacy practices, your enterprise will add value and reduce potential liability.

Let’s begin that discussion today.

Have answers to privacy litigation questions before a lawsuit is filed. Can you answer YES to these 10 questions?
See Campaign: http://www.privacycomplianceconsulting.com/
Contact Information:
Monty Sibley, J.D., Masters, Cyber Security Policy, CIPP/US

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