As a small business owner, you wear many hats. You’re the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Financial Officer, the VP of Marketing and Sales. And of course, you’re also the Chief Information Officer and Chief Privacy Officer. While big business has the budget to keep legal advisers on retainer to deal with privacy issues, this isn’t a likely option for you.
This is one of the major reasons why the Office of the Privacy Commissioner has developed a suite of tools and resources over the years to help you meet your privacy obligations and build trust with your customers and clients.
By running your business, you’re making an important contribution to the economy and your community. And it’s our pleasure to do what we can to make things easier for you. Speaking of which, listed below, you’ll find all of these tools in one place.
Cybersecurity for Small Business Articles:
Guidance for Small Businesses:
- A Guide for Businesses and Organizations
- Privacy Guide for Small Businesses: The Basics
- Guidelines for Processing Personal Data Across Borders
- Privacy for Small Business online tool
- Securing Personal Information: A Self-Assessment Tool for Organizations
- Complying with the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act
- Determining the appropriate form of consent under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act
- Privacy Legislation in Canada
- Truncated Credit Card Numbers – Why stores should print only partial credit card information on customer receipts
- Businesses and Identity Theft
- Organizations’ Guide to Complaint Investigations under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act
- Best Practices for the use of Social Insurance Numbers in the private sector
- Introduction to cloud computing