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The Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA) regulates the information and privacy practices of corporations, not-for-profits, charities, trade unions, credit unions, and other private sector organizations that collect, use, or disclose personal information.

This page has practical information to help you learn more about PIPA and how to comply. 

What happens if your laptop with client information is stolen, or you accidently email or fax sensitive personal data to the wrong person? This toolkit can help your organization prepare for, or respond to, a privacy breach.
A reference tool that outlines PIPA's legal framework including case examples, practical tips and a glossary of key terms.
This step-by-step guide will help businesses of all sizes develop a privacy management program that protects and secures personal information across the organization.
What is a privacy management program? What are the “building blocks” to compliance? How do I get started? If you have questions, this at-a-glance resource is for you.
This interactive guide will help you assess your company’s security measures and suggests minimum security requirements in 17 different categories.
More and more businesses are using the cloud. But there are privacy implications if personal information is being handled by a cloud provider. Read this guidance document to learn more.