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  • CCFC’s privacy policy / practices are based on Canada’s Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). PIPEDA is comprised of ten privacy principles: Accountability Identifying purposes Consent Limiting collection Limiting use, disclosure, and retention Accuracy Safeguards Openness Individual access Challenging compliance PIPEDA or similar Provincial legislation affects every aspect of operation for Canadian organizations.
  • A strong privacy policy builds trust with prospective supporters and existing supporters. It makes good business sense to protect personal and financial information of our supporters. Privacy policies for charities, although not required by law, are expected by supporters. Protecting personal and financial information is easy and based on best practices. In fact, many best practices are simple process changes. For example: using a password protected screensaver.
  • Consider the consumer backlash faced by these companies… In a span of seven days this past February, The Winners & HomeSense parent company, CIBC, and Club Monaco all reported privacy breaches. For Winners and HomeSense, it’s estimated that between 20 and 40 million credit card holders worldwide could be at risk. 2 million Canadians are at risk. For CIBC, someone lost a hard drive containing credit card information for nearly 500,000 Canadians. For Club Monaco, an unexplained breach is still under investigation. They do not know how many customers are affected. Severe privacy breaches are fodder for the press.
  • Each and every employee and vendor who uses the personal and financial information provided by CCFC supporters.
  • Make sure supporters know that we value their privacy Use personal information to fulfill stated purposes Keep all personal information in strict confidence
  • Does anyone have any questions?

Privacy Policy Launch by Philip Tomé Privacy Policy Launch by Philip Tomé Presentation Transcript

  • Privacy Policy Outline September 5, 2007
  • Agenda
    • PIPEDA
    • Privacy & CCFC
    • Recent Privacy Breaches
    • Who Is Involved?
    • What Should I Do?
    • 4 Five-Second Tips
    • Inquiries
    • Next Steps
    • Questions
  • CCFC’s Privacy Policy
    • Accountability
    • Identifying Purposes
    • Consent
    • Limiting Collection
    • Limiting Use, Disclosure and Retention
    • Accuracy
    • Safeguards
    • Openness
    • Individual Access
    • Challenging Compliance
    CCFC’s privacy policy and practices are based on Canada’s Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA)
  • Privacy & CCFC
    • A strong privacy policy builds trust
    • It makes good business sense
    • Protecting information is easy and based on best practices
  • Recent Privacy Breaches
  • Who Is Involved?
    • All CCFC Markham Employees
    • All Vendors
  • What Should I Do?
    • Value privacy and security
    • Fulfill stated purposes
    • Keep information in strict confidence
  • 5-Second Tip #1
    • Use a password protected screensaver / lock your computer
  • 5-Second Tip #2
    • File or shred hard copies after the completion of tasks
  • 5-Second Tip #3
    • Lock filing cabinets and drawers
  • 5-Second Tip #4
    • Be mindful of potential breaches
  • Inquiries
    • Supporters / Website issues = Privacy Officer
      • Have concerns sent in writing to [email_address] or 1200 Denison
    • Employee issues = Human Resources
  • Next Steps
    • Review updated privacy and website security policies on eVillage
    • Keep the personal and financial information of supporters private and secure
    • Stay tuned for a Lunch & Learn
  • Questions?