Privacy and Data Protection Law
Whether intentional or accidental, security breaches involving personal or confidential information can significantly damage an organization’s reputation and lead to significant liability. An organization that collects, uses or discloses personal information is subject to a complex framework of privacy and data collection laws involving statutory, regulatory, and common law requirements and restrictions in Canada.
Among other things, Cheadles can assist clients by ensuring compliance and minimizing liability before, during, and after potential and actual privacy or data breach incidents by providing the following services:
Essentially, Cheadles can help clients understand how they can balance business objectives with complex compliance requirements.
If you are unsure whether your organization complies with its privacy and data protection obligations, give Cheadles a call and let us know how we can help.
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