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Alan Friel Lists "10 Steps to Build a Privacy and Security Program" in Corporate Compliance Insights

Articles / September 24, 2013

Partner Alan Friel authored an article for the Sept. 24, 2013, issue of Corporate Compliance Insights headlined “Data Hygiene Part of Corporate Compliance – 10 Steps to Build a Privacy and Security Program.” In it he outlines the general process of developing a good data privacy and security compliance program and lists these 10 steps businesses should take:

  • Identify the information assets and practices.
  • Conduct an assessment.
  • Identify responsive measures.
  • Establish responsibility.
  • Implement the measures and monitor the operation and effectiveness of the program.
  • Consider insurance.
  • Regularly reassess the program.
  • Address education and training.
  • Address the data in the hands of third parties.
  • Prepare for the event of a security breach.

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