Our mission is to help companies build and maintain “cultures of compliance.”
This involves fundamentally reframing the way companies think about compliance. Instead of a burden that must be borne or a hurdle that must be passed, compliance should be a point of pride and a defining feature of any company that handles large quantities of personal data. Instead of a liability, compliance should be viewed as an asset: a way to gain a strategic advantage in a market where individuals are increasingly concerned that their data will be misused—sold to advertisers or used to create “psychological profiles” for political or commercial purposes.
We believe that companies that adopt this mindset will have a competitive advantage over those that continue to follow the old, “check box” model of compliance. Moreover, building and maintaining “cultures of compliance” will help companies pursue bold, innovative initiatives while minimizing risk.