Many organizations turn to a framework as a foundation for a privacy program when trying to address challenges such as shifting regulatory requirements and increased operational costs. While there is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to selecting and adopting a framework, there are several factors to consider. With insight from privacy professionals at VMware, Yahoo, Twilio and Kuma, this second installment of a three-part article series provides considerations to help companies choose the right privacy framework for their circumstances. Part one explored the selection of frameworks and the benefits of using one or more than one. Part three will cover implementing and monitoring the framework. See our two-part series on the NIST Framework: “Insights on New Tool for Managing Privacy Risks” (May 6, 2020); and “Privacy Controls for an Era of Digital Transformation” (May 13, 2020).