W. Capra designs and implement solutions for your organization to comply with evolving data privacy laws. Using a NIST Data Privacy Framework approach, we help organizations design and implement a cross-functional solution that is compliant with legal requirements posed by privacy laws such as CCPA and GDPR. Our team is uniquely positioned to operationalize data privacy requirements to manage the transition to compliance, all while minimizing disruption to your existing business.
Our expertise includes privacy data mapping, gap analysis of applicable laws and privacy requirements, designing and implementing data subject request (DSR) processes, and establishing intake methods for consumer requests. We can also augment your data privacy program by conducting Data Privacy Impact Assessment (DPIAs) and ensuring ongoing privacy compliance.
W. Capra is an industry leader when it comes to privacy, initially providing comments to the draft NIST privacy framework and later adopting the framework as the foundation for privacy engagements. We continue to bring awareness to privacy issues through our work as the chair of the Conexxus Data Privacy Working Group, as well as engaging with the International Association of Privacy Professional (IAPP). W. Capra consultants are continually monitoring the changing privacy landscape to assist our clients with the latest privacy technologies and information.
- How can your business more easily tackle major technology transformation?As companies emerged from the COVID-19 pandemic, they shifted strategies from keeping their business alive and operational performing, to creating visions and planning roadmaps for implementing new technology.
- How does Artificial Intelligence fit into my business? Even without a full-blown AI usage program, giving employees clear direction on where and how AI can be used within your company is crucial. Concerns about consumer privacy, business trade secrets, non-disclosure agreements, the use of copyrighted information, and even the accuracy of ChatGPT’s output need to be addressed in this guidance, or else employees may opt to make their own choices about use of these tools in the workplace.
- How does your organization implement and operate its Security Environment? Your overarching security program needs to be dynamic and responsive to the ever-changing threat landscape. As we’ve seen with the recent ransomware attacks, no amount of diligence from a software or hardware perspective can help with the exposure from lack of employee training or awareness as it relates to these threats.