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Privacy KPIs for Financial Services Companies

When a financial services organization experiences a privacy incident, all eyes are on you for incident response — including the C-Suite. To make reporting and privacy program improvement easy and documented, we’ve compiled a maturation program of privacy KPIs for financial services companies.

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7 Years of Insufficient Data Breach Response

7 years after the initial OWASP privacy risks report, insufficient data breach response remains #3 on the 2021 roundup. This blog explores how conditions have changed to make data breach management more difficult for privacy leaders and privacy incident response practices need to adapt to what’s happening now.

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KPIs to Drive Healthcare Incident Response Planning

Highlights: A guide to privacy benchmarking for C-suite Actionable KPIs to improve incident response Free fill-in-the-blank benchmarking infographic Read more below. Healthcare Incident Response Planning In order to make the case for increased funding, resources, and awareness around your privacy programs, you need proof to share with your stakeholders. Developing KPIs and measuring against industry [...] Read more

Privacy Metrics to Reduce Business Costs

The first challenge many privacy programs face is not knowing where to find meaningful data and how to tie it back to specific business practices. In this blog, you’ll learn how to find, quantify, and evaluate meaningful data that not only reduces business costs but also positions your privacy team to take proactive measures to mitigate future risk.

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Aligning Privacy and Security Incident Response

Privacy and security may have different terminology and short-term objectives, but their overarching mission is the same: to protect the organization and its stakeholders. With proactive relationship-building, ongoing communication to build awareness, and with integration to enable an efficient, collaborative workflow, both teams can achieve their individual and overarching goals better than either would alone.

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Healthcare Incident Response Done Right

When healthcare organizations leverage a multi-factor risk assessment in incident response, notifiable breaches drop by 93% according to Radar user metadata. Now more than ever, important is to have a go-to incident response plan that protects patient privacy and shows good faith to regulators and the public. A good ending starts with a good beginning.

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