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KEVIN KISH

Kevin Kish is a Director of Privacy Compliance at Schellman. With 10 years of industry experience, Kevin has a strong history of implementing, maintaining, and assessing global information security and privacy requirements, including ISO 27001, HITRUST, Privacy Shield, and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). As an industry advocate, he is passionate about researching and writing on the concepts of adaptable data privacy and providing education to clients on the risks, challenges, and best practices around data privacy legislation. He holds several privacy certifications from the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), including CIPP/US, CIPP/E, and CIPM.

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News | Compliance and Certification

By: KEVIN KISH
June 18th, 2024

In the fast-paced world of business, trust and credibility are table stakes. You've likely invested in compliance certifications to demonstrate your commitment to industry standards. But are you prepared to meet the rising expectations of a new generation of stakeholders who demand more than just compliance?

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Privacy Assessments

By: KEVIN KISH
January 28th, 2022

Privacy laws in the United States are a bit like a wave pool at a water park—they’re constantly fluctuating and just when you think you’ve got your footing, another wave comes at you to knock everything from under you.

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Privacy Assessments

By: KEVIN KISH
March 25th, 2019

For those not tracking the evolution of California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CaCPA), we’ve got some updates for you! While most are just familiarizing themselves with CaCPA’s original requirements, a new senate bill (SB-561) was just introduced last week by two California Senators with intention to further strengthen the rights of Californians. And while changes to the bill are already hardly considered uncommon, the amendments could raise the stakes for organizations who are already concerned with the Acts expectations.

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By: KEVIN KISH
October 15th, 2018

Now also known as the growing Internet of Things (IoT), connected devices are becoming more and more integrated into our everyday lives, continuously collecting our personal and non-personal data to make life more convenient. As such, manufacturers are constantly searching for new ways to connect devices, expanding the IoT to include home security systems, healthcare devices, smart locks, and children’s toys to meet both expectation and demand. Though all of this indicates positive technological innovation and progress, one substantial problem remains – data security and privacy.

Blog Feature

By: KEVIN KISH
October 15th, 2018

Now also known as the growing Internet of Things (IoT), connected devices are becoming more and more integrated into our everyday lives, continuously collecting our personal and non-personal data to make life more convenient. As such, manufacturers are constantly searching for new ways to connect devices, expanding the IoT to include home security systems, healthcare devices, smart locks, and children’s toys to meet both expectation and demand. Though all of this indicates positive technological innovation and progress, one substantial problem remains – data security and privacy.

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