RadarFirst Blog

Mahmood Sher-Jan, CHCP, CEO and Founder

Global Impacts of the GDPR – One Year Later

Preparing for the GDPR was a herculean effort for many. Now here we are, one year later, and the tide of GDPR fervor has ebbed, but not significantly receded – after all, achieving compliance is a marathon, not a sprint!

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On Our Radar: May 3, 2019

One of the biggest annual events in privacy, the IAPP Global Privacy Summit, is currently taking place in Washington D.C. If you’re in attendance, come find me at the RADAR booth (#107!) for conversations on all things privacy, incident response, and data breach regulations.

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Anatomy of a Privacy Incident: Webinar Q&A

The recent webinar Anatomy of A Privacy Incident: Data Breach Response and Investigation Best Practices dove into the best practices for designing an incident response program that encourages an organization-wide culture of compliance. Panelists Andrew Reeder from Rush University Medical Center and Asra Ali from Healthscape Advisors lead a lively discussion into the ins and [...] Read more

The Why, What, and How of Benchmarking Your Privacy Program

  We live in a world of measurements, from batting averages to number of steps walked to miles per gallon. Measuring our performance against certain standards or that of others—in other words, benchmarking—gives us a line in the sand from which we determine how and where to improve. This is especially important in the world […]

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Benchmarking Voluntary Breach Notifications: Frequency and Drivers

This article is part of an ongoing series on privacy program metrics and benchmarking for incident response management, brought to you by RADAR, Inc., a provider of purpose-built decision-support software designed to guide users through a consistent, defensible process for incident management and risk assessment. Find earlier installments of this series here.

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