Can Privacy by Design Really Keep Regulators at Bay?
A Legalweek panel argued companies should be more proactive developing products and privacy programs, but sometimes that is far easier said than done.
Lawyers and a corporate privacy officer convened to discuss the importance of privacy controls during the “Privacy Engineering (‘Privacy by Design’): What Is It & What Do I Need to Know?” panel held on the final day of Legalweek 2020 in New York.
Bristows partner Robert Bond described privacy by design as designing a product or workflow with regulatory compliance and best practices in mind, instead of retroactively trying to meet compliance rules.
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