What is Data Privacy Advisor?
Data Privacy Advisor - Data Privacy Advisor helps you to better understand global rules and regulations
Data Privacy Advisor helps you to better understand global rules and regulations so you can define clear and concise policies; prevent, respond to, and protect against data privacy issues; and provide strategic data protection guidelines to leadership. Using Data Privacy Advisor, you’ll better understand and manage the data protection requirements and issues in the jurisdictions where your company does business.
Combining unrivalled expert know-how from Practical Law Editors, global legal and regulatory content, and artificial intelligence that gets smarter the more you use it, Data Privacy Advisor helps you deepen your expertise so you can proceed more confidently.
With Data Privacy Advisor, you can:
- Get relevant answers to your data privacy research questions
- Feel assured your research is more complete
- Know your data privacy compliance requirements
- Be alerted to compliance-related news and trends in time to act
- Understand regulations easily across jurisdictions
- Collaborate with colleagues by sharing research folders
Only Data Privacy Advisor combines Practical Law know-how, global legal and regulatory content, and artificial intelligence from Thomson Reuters and IBM Watson® to help you proceed with confidence.
Why Data Privacy Advisor?
The number of jurisdictions with data protection or privacy legislation in place has soared in the last decade with no signs of abating. In the EU, an overwhelming patchwork of new rules and regulations governs the use of personal data. In the U.S. and elsewhere, countless changes loom.
So how can you understand all the implications for your organisation?
Data Privacy Advisor combines best-in-class content including data protection guidance from Practical Law, global legal and regulatory information, and news and current awareness. This content helps you monitor the market; identify which rules and regulations to apply; and detect, prevent, and respond to data privacy issues – all within a system incorporating artificial intelligence, so it gets smarter the more you use it.
of companies say they’re not ready for the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
of senior executives say their company experiences cyber-attacks hourly or daily
of companies don’t have or don’t know if they need a Data Privacy Officer