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Commit To Privacy As A Corporate Social Responsibility

Appeal To Increasingly Concerned Customers With An Authentic Shift In Culture

October 16, 2018

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Customers are increasingly demanding protection for and control over their data. Firms do a better job of associating privacy with their brand and inspiring customer trust when they embrace privacy as a corporate social responsibility (CSR). This CSR practices of Fortune 100 firms and explains the best ways security and privacy professionals can work to adopt privacy as a responsibility for all employees.

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Table of Contents

  • Most Firms Lack Real Commitment To Customer Privacy
  • But Some Are Committing To It As A Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Firms That Treat Privacy As A Corporate Responsibility Bring It To Life
  • Recommendations

  • Embrace Privacy To Set Your Firm Apart In Your Customers' Eyes
  • What It Means

  • Those That Fail At Privacy Will Fail At Innovation, Too
  • Supplemental Material
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