OneTrust has raised a total of $920 million in funding at a $5.3 billion valuation from Insight Partners, Coatue, TCV, SoftBank Vision Fund 2, and Franklin Templeton.
What is OneTrust?
OneTrust the number one fastest-growing company on 2020 Inc. 500 and the category-defining enterprise platform to operationalize trust. More than 10,000 customers, including half of the Fortune Global 500, use OneTrust to make trust a competitive differentiator, implementing central agile workflows across privacy, security, data governance, GRC, third-party risk, ethics and compliance, and ESG programs. Learn more: OneTrust.com and LinkedIn.
What are the services you offer?
The OneTrust platform is backed by 150 patents and powered by the OneTrust Athena™ AI and robotic automation engine. Our offerings include:
- OneTrust Privacy - Privacy Management Software
- OneTrust DataDiscovery™ - AI-Powered Discovery and Classification
- OneTrust DataGovernance™ -Data Intelligence Software
- OneTrust Vendorpedia™ - Third-Party Risk Exchange
- OneTrust GRC - Integrated Risk Management Software
- OneTrust Ethics - Ethics and Compliance Software
- OneTrust PreferenceChoice™ – Consent and Preference Management Software
- OneTrust ESG – Environmental, Social & Governance Software
What is PrivacyConnect Luxembourg all about?
PrivacyConnect Luxembourg is part of a global community of chapters spanning over 100 cities, that bring together privacy, security, and governance professionals locally to network, share best practices, and discuss the latest regulatory changes impacting them. Each chapter organizes quarterly free local events in person and online.
What do you expect from this event?
On 6 December we will host the next online event for PrivacyConnect Luxembourg, with a panel discussion on the intersections of information security and privacy. Hear from the Chief Privacy Officer of Franklin Templeton and the CISO of KPMG on their experiences working across teams to build and maintain a robust compliance program. Attendees will be eligible for CPE credits.
Privacy is a hot topic, what are your perspectives for next year?
Privacy laws and regulations will most certainly continue to develop and evolve as we’ve seen with the passage of the CPRA in California and India’s new Data Protection Law. Organizations have spent a lot of time and effort building comprehensive privacy programs to ensure that they are protecting personal data appropriately and complying with relevant regulations. What we’re now seeing from organizations with mature privacy programs is that they’re looking at these initiatives going beyond just compliance and utilizing the opportunity to build trust with their employees, customers, and other stakeholders.
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