ISO 27701: The New Privacy Standard, and How You Can Get Certified and Compliant

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The ISO 27701 certification for a Privacy Information Management System - the privacy extension of ISO 27001 - establishes privacy controls for the processing of personal data, and may become the foundation for future GDPR certifications. This new privacy standard leaves many wondering, what does it take to get ISO 27701 certified, and why does it matter?
While ISO 27001 focuses on the assessment of risks and protection of the organization, ISO 27701 focuses on Privacy Information Management Systems
In this webinar, learn about the ISO 27701 certification to get a straight-forward guide to achieving ISO 27701 compliance


  • Understand the ISO 27701 privacy standard and its application within regulatory compliance
  • Learn the steps to becoming ISO 27701 certified and how to leverage an existing ISO 27001 certification throughout the audit process
  • How to develop a roadmap and action plan for bridging privacy and security in your organization


Valerie Lyons

COO and Senior Consultant, BH Consulting

    Ryan Manika

    Privacy Solutions Engineer, OneTrust

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