Earlier this month, the International Association of Privacy Professionals released its inaugural report of Benchmarking Privacy Management and Investments of the Fortune 1000. The goal of the research effort was to provide benchmarking data for privacy programs, spending and the influence of privacy leaders within corporations. The report reveals considerable variation across the Fortune 1000 and provides interesting insights into the current state of corporate privacy and how top companies are managing privacy concerns.

IAPP queried approximately 275 privacy leads at Fortune 1000 companies in the U.S. and got close to a 23 percent response rate, providing what it calls "one of the most comprehensive samples of corporate privacy leaders ever assembled."

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