Data Privacy Consulting Proactively navigate the Data Privacy regulation landscape Organisations are experiencing unprecedented change in the data privacy landscape. Changing regulations are forcing constant business, technical, and legal operational changes. These changes often overlap, resulting in highly complex legal and regulatory scenarios.We offer a dedicated global cross-functional team that includes former regulatory agency officials, attorneys, chief privacy and data officers, technologists and privacy consultants, and auditors to help you build, implement, and optimise your privacy program.We partner with you to understand jurisdictions and regulatory obligations, assess your privacy needs, implement compliance measures and safeguards and respond to new and changing regulations.Visit and subscribe to our Tech Insights blog. Learn More Our Data Privacy Consulting services include: Pro Briefcase Privacy Compliance Compliance with current and future privacy laws requires disciplined execution. From developing a robust compliance strategy to managing consent order response and data subject requests for information, Protiviti can help at every stage. Pro Building office Data Discovery We help establish a formal inventory of data to capture where personal data is collected, processed, and stored. Paired with data privacy flow mapping, classification, and assessments, companies can automate and optimise their data discovery efforts. Pro Rightmark Square Privacy as a Service (Protiviti PraaS™) Think of us as an extension of your team. We provide tailored, full-service support to assess privacy needs, implement and automate privacy-related functions, and respond to new and changing regulations. Our comprehensive approach to Data Privacy Data privacy regulations are in flux globally. Even as companies put the finishing touches on extensive preparations to comply with applicable privacy laws, such as the European Union’s GDPR and California’s Consumer Privacy Act, new regulations continue to be introduced in other countries. As legislators pass new laws, they continuously amend those already in effect. Data privacy regulations are not static.The problem and proposed solutions are complex and evolving. One thing is almost certain—anyone aiming to comply with a specific regulation with a target date in mind will be disappointed as those near-term obligations are supplanted by new and different rules over the mid and long-term.In response to this changing landscape, Protiviti applies a holistic framework that addresses the fundamental aspects of data privacy without being locked into any one specific compliance format. We focus on the most pressing data privacy issues companies face, including:Developing strategies to address global data privacy regulationsCompliance with regulatory obligationsAddressing resource and skill shortagesOperationalising privacy needsImplementing privacy tools and remediation supportBy working ahead of the law in a comprehensive fashion, Protiviti helps build the foundations of a strong but flexible privacy programme that includes understanding principles, educating stakeholders, and developing an applicable governance structure for managing changes. This base enables companies and their stakeholders to look to the uncertain future of privacy regulations with greater confidence. CISO Next CISO Next connects CISOs and security thought leaders to explore and shape how their role will evolve in the current and future business landscape. Stay informed on latest trends, network with fellow CISOs, and build solutions for the future. Get Involved The present and future of Data Privacy What’s next for privacy programmes? Listen to Protiviti leaders around the world talk about the sustainability of privacy investments. A number of organisations are struggling with sustainability. Data breaches will happen at some point in time, hence knowing your personal data and understanding where the data is or mapping data is critical. Watch this video to gain insights on (a) how to sustain the benefits that we have gained through the investments that have been made, (b) what the biggest issues in terms of sustainability are, and (c) how to drive sustainability through your privacy programme.