On November 1, 2018, the new mandatory data breach regulations under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) came into effect in Canada.
Are you compliant?
Safeguarding data and complying with Canadian federal and provincial laws is a step-by-step process. Our privacy lawyers can help your organization to:
- Ensure privacy compliance;
- Manage your vendors and suppliers for potential liabilities;
- Prepare for a breach; and
- Respond to a breach
If you have any questions about data breach reporting in Canada, ask Parker, our Canadian data privacy chatbot.
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