Our VP of Sales, James Frey, breaks down how Ethyca’s privacy solutions bridge the silos between legal and engineering teams.
In an age where data privacy and regulatory compliance are paramount, organizations face a dual challenge: achieving legal compliance while driving technological innovation. This challenge is particularly acute between legal and engineering teams. At Ethyca, we believe that developing a common language for these teams is the key to unlocking the full potential of privacy automation in organizations.
Historically, legal and engineering teams have operated in separate silos with differing priorities and languages. Legal teams emphasize regulatory compliance and risk management, whereas engineering teams focus on creating innovative, efficient, and functional solutions. This disconnect often leads to misunderstandings, project delays, and compromises in both privacy and innovation.
Ethyca’s Privacy Intelligence Automation platform, Fides, addresses this divide by providing a unified language that facilitates collaboration between legal and engineering teams. Fides is designed to transcend traditional privacy silos, enabling a symbiotic relationship that blends legal compliance seamlessly with technology development.
Here are the ways Ethyca bridges the privacy gap between legal and engineering teams.
Ethyca enables this collaborative shift through:
In summary, Ethyca’s Fides offers a common language solution that empowers legal and engineering teams to collaborate effectively, resulting in robust privacy automation.
By fostering this partnership, organizations can navigate the complex intersection of privacy regulations and technological innovation, ensuring compliance while driving growth. Ethyca’s unified approach.is more than a platform—it’s a catalyst for a new era of privacy-centric collaboration.
Ethyca’s VP of Engineering Neville Samuell recently spoke at the University of Texas at Austin’s Texas McCombs School of Business about privacy engineering and its role in today’s digital landscape. Read a summary of the discussion by Neville himself here.
Learn more about all of the updates in the Fides 2.24 release here.
Ethyca’s Senior Software Engineer Adam Sachs goes through the thought process of creating Fideslang, the privacy engineering taxonomy that standardizes privacy compliance in software development.
Learn more about all of the updates in the Fides 2.23 release here.
Our Senior Software Engineer Dawn Pattison walks you through implementing data minimization into your business.
Learn more about all of the updates in the Fides 2.22 release here.
Our team of data privacy devotees would love to show you how Ethyca helps engineers deploy CCPA, GDPR, and LGPD privacy compliance deep into business systems. Let’s chat!Request a Demo