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  • Steps to Prepare for California's New Consumer Privacy Act of 2018

    The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) is taking effect on January 1, 2020. While organizations can build on their GDPR efforts to be in accordance with new CCPA rules, meeting GDPR laws by itself does not mean an organization meets CCPA rules. Download this guide to make sure your organization is ready for the upcoming deadline.

  • How to Design and Implement a GRC Framework for Enterprise Data Analytics

    In this e-book, discover the organizational factors which must be considered in designing and implementing data policies and access control for analytic initiatives within an enterprise.

  • Data Protection by Design

    Data Protection by Design (DPbD) is the core data protection requirement introduced by the GDPR. And yet despite DPbD's centrality to the GDPR, it receives scant attention. Why? It's quite difficult to implement because it consists of many different requirements. In this white paper, explore what the DPbD is and why it's central to the GDPR.

  • GDPR is Just the Beginning for Data Science Programs

    Download this white paper to learn how you can make data protection a key design feature of your data operations, rather than an afterthought. Explore 7 legal trends as a framework to interpret and prioritize existing and new data regulations, helping you protect your customers' data.

  • Beyond Explainability: A Practical Guide to Managing Risk in Machine Learning Models

    Lines of defense refer to roles and responsibilities of data scientists and others involved in the process of creating, deploying, and auditing ML. To find out what those lines of defense are, read this white paper.

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