If your SaaS company is doing business with Enterprise companies or handling personal data in general, you’ll likely be required by your Enterprise customers to sign a Data Processing Agreement in addition to your standard Terms of Service/Software as a Service Agreement. This post will give you a high level overview of a Data Processing Agreement.
If your software business handles the personally identifiable information (PII) of citizens of other countries, you should get familiar with data privacy laws across the world – because you’re likely bound to them. If you violate the laws, you may be liable for hefty fines (or worse). This post will give you a high level overview of handling the data of citizens of other countries.
Data privacy and security is more important than ever, and it extends beyond just your company. It forwards to all of your vendors, services providers, third party apps, and anyone else that processes (or handles) your data – whether it is an advertising platform, email provider, marketing technology, or even your appointment booking system. Vendor Security Assessments help you make sure of this.
If your company is handling data, it is important (and may be required by law) that you have a good company facing Information Security Policy in place. This article will highlight 8 important sections of your Information Security Policy.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is fast approaching. This article will give you a high level overview of 5 things tech companies need to know.
Data Privacy Compliance is more important than ever. Here is a high level overview of why it’s important for startups.