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Is Data Still the New Currency?

Getting your company ready for GDPR, CCPA, and other data privacy laws isn’t about putting a few new processes in place — it’s about rethinking your entire approach to personal data, including how to get value from it. For decades, companies have collected and stored all kinds of personal information “just in case” they ever needed it.

Today's data privacy regulations require a different approach. You need to be proactive in thinking about how to get value from your data, and you need to understand exactly what your company is doing with personal data and why.

Join Jill Reber and Kevin Moos of Primitive Logic to learn:
- How to work with third parties who process personal data on your behalf
- How preparing for data privacy laws helps you understand your data on a whole new level (and why that’s a good thing)
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    Kevin Moos, President, Primitive Logic
    Kina Ratanjee, Delivery Director, Primitive Logic
    Sarah Davis, Senior Consultant, Primitive Logic
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