Data Strategy and Privacy
Data Strategy & Monetization
- Statutory Pseudonymisation Implementation: Employ statutory pseudonymisation techniques to unlock the value in data while adhering to laws.
- Global Data Flow Management: Navigate differing global privacy standards ensuring lawful international data flows and compliance across jurisdictions.
- Data Utility Optimization: Optimize the utility of data by understanding its scope, quality, and relational context, promoting effective data usage.
- Lean Data Insights Extraction: Extract crucial insights from data while ensuring compliance, reducing overall testing costs.
- Operational and Technical Strategy Development: Create operational and technical strategies to meet stringent compliance requirements and unlock data’s potential value.
- Compliance-Centric Data Management: Organize data management around the highest level of compliance, ensuring a scalable and sustainable approach.
- Cross-Functional Collaboration: Encourage collaboration among product, marketing, research, legal, and compliance teams to better understand and leverage data.
- Consumer Privacy Expectation Management: Ensure data strategies meet or exceed consumer and regulator privacy expectations, fostering trust and compliance
- Data Monetization Strategy Development: Formulate strategies to monetize data assets while ensuring compliance with global privacy laws.
- Cost-Efficiency in Data Analysis: Promote cost-efficiency by extracting lean data insights, optimizing the balance between data utility and compliance.
- Commercial Value Realization: Exploit the commercial value inherent in data assets by aligning technical strategies with business objectives.
- Product Roadmap Design: Develop clear product roadmaps to guide the monetization of data assets, ensuring alignment with privacy laws and commercial goals.
- Data Privacy Impact Assessments (DPIAs): Assessing the impact of new projects, systems, or processes on data privacy
- Data Privacy Strategy Development: Helping to develop a comprehensive data privacy strategy that aligns with business objectives.
- Legitimate Interest Assessments (LIAs): Ascertaining whether a proposed data use-case is lawful even if it goes beyond the original scope of the data’s collection purpose
- Data Privacy Training: Providing training to employees on data privacy best practices and compliance requirements.
- Data Mapping: Identifying where personal data is stored and processed within the organization.
- Data Health Analysis: Reviewing internal data assets to determine whether they are sufficiently robust and fit for purpose.
- Data Valuation: Providing outlines of the potential market or book value of data assets, both those currently held and those that could be created.
- Data Minimization Consulting: Advising on how to collect and process the minimum amount of personal data necessary.
- Vendor Management: Assessing the data privacy practices of vendors and third parties.
- Data Breach Response Planning: Developing a plan for responding to data breaches.
- Privacy by Design Consulting: Incorporating data privacy considerations into the design of new systems, processes, or products.
Compliance Consulting Services:
- SOC 2.0 Compliance: Support organizations, plan and develop roadmaps to achieve SOC 2.0 compliance by ensuring that the organization has controls in place to protect the security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy of customer data.
- ISO 27001 Compliance: Assisting with achieving ISO 27001 certification, which involves ensuring that an organization has an effective Information Security Management System (ISMS) in place.
- PCI-DSS Compliance: Ensuring compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards to enable credit card and online transaction processing for clients processing credit cards online.
- GDPR Compliance: Ensuring compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation, including conducting Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs), managing data subject access requests, and ensuring appropriate data protection measures are in place.
- CCPA Compliance: Ensuring compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act, which includes rights to access, delete, and opt-out of the sale of personal information, as well as additional protections for minors.
- VCDPA Compliance: Assisting with compliance with the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act, which includes rights to access, correct, delete, and obtain a copy of personal data, as well as the right to opt-out of certain data processing activities.
- CPA Compliance: Helping to achieve compliance with the Colorado Privacy Act, which includes rights to opt-out of targeted advertising, the sale of personal data, and certain profiling activities, as well as rights to access, correct, delete, and obtain a copy of personal data.
- NYDFS Compliance: Helping to achieve compliance with New York’s Department of Financial Services cybersecurity rules for financial services and fintech organizations.
- Outsourced Data Privacy Officer (as required by GDPR)
- Outsourced Chief Data Privacy Officer
Data Privacy Consultative Auditing
- Compliance Audits: Conducting consultative audits to ensure compliance with various data privacy regulations, including GDPR.
- State-Specific Compliance Audits: Conduct consultative audits to ensure compliance with various state-specific data privacy laws, such as the CCPA, VCDPA, CPA, and NYDFS.
- Gap Analysis: Identifying gaps in data privacy practices and providing recommendations for improvement.
- Risk Assessments: Assessing the risk of data breaches and other data privacy incidents.
- Audit Report Preparation: Preparing detailed consultative audit reports that outline findings and recommendations.
- Follow-up Audits: Conduct follow-up consultative audits to ensure that recommendations have been implemented and are effective.
- Third-Party Audits: Conducting consultative audits of third-party vendors to ensure they are compliant with data privacy regulations.