Re-Purposing Legal Processes to Meet Data Privacy Requirements

Learn how to re-purpose e-discovery technology and processes to meet emerging privacy requirements (data subject access requests, etc.).

Re-Purposing Legal Processes to Meet Data Privacy Requirements

When it comes to data privacy, there's no need to reinvent the wheel. This infographic showcases easy ways to transition some of your existing legal processes to better help your organization handle Data Subject Access Requests, and help maintain compliance with new and upcoming privacy regulations, like the California Consumer Privacy Act. New regulations are cropping up in statehouses across the country, meaning data privacy is here to stay for the foreseeable future.

Utilizing existing processes can help save time and resources at your organization. You'll learn:

  • An easy-to-understand DSAR workflow process that can simplify (or supplement) your existing procedures to ensure compliance

  • The relationship between e-discovery and data privacy processes, and how they interact with one another

  • Which technologies you'll need in order to have defensible, efficient DSAR processes at your organization

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