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Applying the Positive-Sum Principle for Successful Privacy by Design Outcomes

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  • Dan Goldstein, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, Tueoris
    Kamal Govindaswamy, CIPP/US, Tueoris
    Katharina Winkler, Tueoris

    One of the most important factors for building an effective and sustainable privacy program is encouraging — even requiring — proactive collaboration between cross-functional stakeholders. Such collaboration should encourage innovative approaches to privacy risk management that support business initiatives without compromising security objectives or compliance obligations. And while developers and process designers can view privacy and data security as barriers to innovation, both privacy and security principles must be embraced in order to implement new solutions.

    Implementing a “positive-sum” approach, one of the seven principles of privacy by design, in which stakeholders share a single set of objectives driving the design, development and implementation of business initiatives or technologies, provides a strategic boost toward attaining effectiveness and sustainability.

    In this white paper get insight on the benefits of a positive-sum approach and operationalizing it in your organization.

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    You will find this white paper in your My IAPP account under My Purchases after you go through the checkout process.