Making privacy core business


We are entering an unprecedented era of ‘social climate change’, a phrase first coined at the Data Protection Commissioners’ Conference in October 2018, as society reels from tech-driven assaults on human autonomy and privacy.

The Edelman Trust Barometer shows trust levels in society are decreasing. Organisations are experiencing increasing numbers of data breaches, technology platforms and Internet-enabled devices are collecting more and more data, businesses and governments are increasingly personalising services (mass-customisation).

Privacy is a discipline as integral to business and government as finance, where the chief privacy officer role should be as important as the chief financial officer role. Today, much of the value of an entity lies in the data it holds.

That’s why Privcore’s team with 40 years’ combined experience helps business and government make privacy core business so they can deliver services with the trust and confidence of customers and citizens.