Privacy Strategic Program 

What is privacy program management? It is the structured approach of combining several disciplines into a framework that allows an organization to meet legal compliance requirements and the expectations of business clients or customers while reducing the risk of a data breach. The framework follows program management principles and considers privacy regulations from around the globe. It incorporates common privacy principles and implements concepts such as privacy by design and privacy by default.

Privacy Governance

Building a strong privacy program starts with establishing the appropriate governance of the Privacy Program.
The term privacy governance will be used here to generally refer to the components that guide a privacy function toward compliance with privacy laws and regulations and enable it to support the organization organization’s broader business objectives and goals. These components include:
· Creating the organizational privacy vision and mission statement
· Defining the scope of the privacy program
· Selecting an appropriate privacy framework
· Developing the organizational privacy strategy
· Structuring the privacy team

Incident Management Program

An incident management Program (IMP), sometimes called an incident response plan or emergency management plan, is a strategy that helps an organization return to normal as quickly as possible following an unplanned event. An IMP can identify weaknesses in a business, mitigate the impact of a variety of situations, and limit damage to an organization's reputation, finances and operations. n incident management plan is used for:
• recognizing an incident,
• quickly assessing the situation,
• notifying people affected,
• organizing the response and
• Documenting how to recover

Privacy by Design and Privacy by default

When followed, the principles of PbD ensure that an organization establishes a culture of privacy as realized through the privacy framework, mission statement, training and awareness. The organization, having implemented a tactical strategy to reduce privacy-associated risks, may then be viewed favorably by its peer industry partners and consumers.
Article 25 from Chapter IV of the EU GDPR and Recital 78, articulate what is meant by data protection by design and default from an EU perspective.
They are highly similar in concept and in goal: that information privacy should be built in to the design process and not added on as an afterthought.

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