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Privacy What Developers and IT Professionals Should Know by J. C. Cannon

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The Chief Privacy Officer

The Chief Privacy Officer (CPO) should be the person in charge of privacy for an entire company. For large companies, this should be the person's full-time job. The policies created by the CPO help to mitigate litigation, lower barriers to sales, improve employee retention, and improve the corporate image. Considering the importance of this job, it should be at a high enough level to give the CPO the authority necessary to enforce the adoption of the company's privacy policies. The CPO should report to a senior executive. The senior executive provides visibility and validity for the CPO. Without this reporting structure, the CPO will not be able to influence adoption of the company's privacy policies. The CPO should ...

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