Get insights on implementing a privacy maturity model that delivers practical value to your organization.

Data privacy leaders featured in this guide

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Jennifer Garone, Senior Director of Privacy and Information Governance

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Drew Bjerken, Vice President, Head of Global Privacy
Mariott Vacations Worldwide


Chris Szafranski, Privacy Director
American Family Insurance

Regardless of the industry, the need for data protection and privacy is an organizational imperative, and the benefits of operating a mature data privacy program are substantial -- but building a robust program doesn't happen overnight. 

Determining where your privacy program stands could be the first step in making advancements. A comprehensive data privacy maturity assessment will provide a clearer picture of where you are today and where you want to be. 

We spoke with three senior-level data privacy professionals to get their actionable insights on: 

  • Outlining metrics and objectives
  • Deciding on internal vs. external models
  • Leveraging the results for success 

Whether your maturity assessment has proven successful or needs a reboot, this proven advice will set your program up for success.