For in-house privacy counsel, building a cohesive privacy program means leading the company, its employees and its vendors through regulatory landmines. While there is no one-size-fits-all approach, there are certain privacy program essentials applicable to most organizations, regardless of size or industry. At the recent Women, Influence and Power in Law Conference, Megan Duffy, founder of Summit Privacy and former privacy counsel at Snapchat, Inc., Tori Silas, senior counsel and privacy officer of Cox Enterprises, Inc. and Zuzana Ikels, principal at Polsinelli, shared advice on how the legal department can create and implement a strong privacy program, from initial considerations to key components. See also “Designing Privacy Policies for Products and Devices in the Internet of Things“ (Apr. 27, 2016).
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