Reporting to the Board on Privacy Compliance:

What, Why, How?

Broadcast Date: June 12, 2019 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EDT


Looking back, it’s clear that the GDPR was a defining moment in getting Board attention to organizational privacy compliance. No doubt, for US companies, the CCPA & the new Nevada privacy law will be the same. Recent privacy governance survey reports illustrate that last year, the top 10 issues reported to the Board included:

  • The status of GDPR compliance
  • Progress on privacy initiatives
  • Privacy program KPIs

But how should this be done effectively in a way the Board understands?

Privacy teams may have generated numerous work product (project plans, policies, processes and reports). Yet, many are still at a loss when it comes to managing, monitoring and reporting on their privacy obligations and program progress. How can you demonstrate to internal stakeholders, clients and partners that you have a comprehensive program and that key compliance obligations are being effectively addressed?

Join this webinar to learn:

  • How a Framework approach to privacy compliance management allows for efficient, streamlined and structured reporting
  • How Privacy Office justify it’s priorities and budget.
  • How Nymity’s Assessment & Attestation, the first privacy program monitoring solution, can provide demonstrable compliance in half the time.



Teresa Troester-Falk 
CIPP/US, Chief Global Privacy Strategist, Nymity
amalia-barthelAmalia Barthel 
CIPM, CIPT, CISM, CRISC, PMP, Implementation Lead Advisor – Privacy Management Solutions, Nymity Inc.
Andy Bloom
Chief Privacy Officer, McGraw-Hill Education
Ericka WatsonEricka Watson
Lead Counsel, Global Data Privacy & EU Data Privacy Officer, Danaher Corporation

“The Assessment & Attestation tool has helped tremendously with carrying out audits quickly and effectively. We also use it to showcase audit results to management and set targets for weeks, months and year to come. With it’s innovative feature-set, Nymity has become a key part of our approach.”

– Aeronautic & Aerospace, Privacy Leader