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Do You Know How Your Vendors Use Customer Data?

As data privacy becomes an increasingly important concern for consumers, startups must take care to protect the data they collect. Vendor risk management is a crucial part of this process. By carefully vetting the companies they work with and ensuring that data is adequately secured, startups can minimize the risk of data breaches and other privacy violations. 

How An AI Ethics Committee Can Help Your Tech Startup

When developing and deploying AI, tech startups face unique challenges. On one hand, they need to...

5 Steps to Comply with DSARs

Here’s an embarrassing story of a company that did not take its privacy obligations seriously. 

Are You Ready to Comply with DSARs?

In March 2022, the Romanian data protection authority (DPA) fined the 1,400-strong German...

Why Startups Should Prioritize Privacy Accountability

Data privacy has become a hot topic as more startups collect and store personal information. This...

3 Reasons Why You Need A Privacy Impact Assessment

Privacy has become a primary concern worldwide as our lives move increasingly online. In response,...

Privacy Compliance 101 for SMEs

Working as a small business owner is tough. You’re responsible for marketing your business,...

7 Tips to Achieve Privacy by Design

If your company is US-based and you sell to US customers outside of California, you might think...

Why Privacy-first is Crucial for Customer Success

The Internet and social media have fueled the speed, access, and competition of, well, everything....

Privacy & E-commerce: Here’s What You Need to Know

Data privacy has become a hot-button issue. As millions of businesses go online, data breaches have...