Information Integrity Solutions (IIS) helps public and private sector organisations embed trust and privacy as core value propositions in their products and services.
IIS is a global consultancy with extensive experience working with government agencies, companies and not-for-profit organisations.
IIS has strong local and international connections, deep knowledge of privacy and a commitment to going beyond a ‘mere compliance’ approach:
- IIS takes not only organisational risk, but also customer and citizen risk into account
- IIS looks for solutions that meet business and strategic goals in ways that build trust through respectful stewardship of data.
Monday, June 13, 2016
Malcolm Crompton is appointed a Member of the Order of Australia
IIS report for APEC: Potential benefits for APEC economies and businesses joining the CBPR System
Journal article: Why governance of data should be on the agenda of every board director
Reassuring organisations that they have appropriate privacy practices, procedures and systems in place, and providing practical solutions where gaps exist.
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Advising organisations on how to manage data breach incidents, privacy crises and complaints including how to respond appropriately to affected individuals, privacy regulators and other external stakeholders.
Working with organisations to assess and mitigate the impact of new technologies, products and operational processes on the management of personal information.
Assisting organisations to navigate the increasingly data-driven world as innovative, thoughtful and trustworthy providers of products and services.
Engaging with operational staff, developers, designers, engineers and management to incorporate privacy by design concepts into business processes from the start.
Advising on privacy governance frameworks that start with senior management and integrate with other business processes. Working with organisations on privacy strategies that fit risk profiles and appetites and enable trusted engagements with customers or citizens.