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Questions 1

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Based on the visibility exercise, the consultants created a single privacy policy applicable to all the client relationships and business functions. The policy detailed out what PI company deals with, how it is used, what security measures are deployed for protection, to whom it is shared, etc. Given the need to address all the client relationships and business functions, through a single policy, the privacy policy became very lengthy and complex. The privacy policy was published on company’s intranet and also circulated to heads of all the relationships and functions. W.r.t. some client relationships, there was also confusion whether the privacy policy should be notified to the end customers of the clients as the company was directly collecting PI as part of the delivery of BPM services. The heads found it difficult to understand the policy (as they could not directly relate to it) and what actions they need to perform. To assuage their concerns, a training workshop was conducted for 1 day. All the relationship and function heads attended the training. However, the training could not be completed in the given time, as there were numerous questions from the audiences and it took lot of time to clarify.

(Note: Candidates are requested to make and state assumptions wherever appropriate to reach a definitive conclusion)

Introduction and Background

XYZ is a major India based IT and Business Process Management (BPM) service provider listed at BSE and NSE. It has more than 1.5 lakh employees operating in 100 offices across 30 countries. It serves more than 500 clients across industry verticals — BFSI, Retail, Government, Healthcare, Telecom among others in Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa. The company provides IT services including application development and maintenance, IT Infrastructure management, consulting, among others. It also offers IT products mainly for its BFSI customers.

The company is witnessing phenomenal growth in the BPM services over last few years including Finance & Accounting including credit card processing, Payroll processing, Customer support, Legal Process Outsourcing, among others and has rolled out platform based services. Most of the company’s revenue comes from the US from the BFSI sector. In order to diversify its portfolio, the company is looking to expand its operations in Europe. India, too has attracted company’s attention given the phenomenal increase in domestic IT spend esp. by the government through various large scale IT projects. The company is also very aggressive in the cloud and mobility space, with a strong focus on delivery of cloud services. When it comes to expanding operations in Europe, company is facing difficulties in realizing the full potential of the market because of privacy related concerns of the clients arising from the stringent regulatory requirements based on EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR).

To get better access to this market, the company decided to invest in privacy, so that it is able to provide increased assurance to potential clients in the EU and this will also benefit its US operations because privacy concerns are also on rise in the US. It will also help company leverage outsourcing opportunities in the Healthcare sector in the US which would involve protection of sensitive medical records of the US citizens. The company believes that privacy will also be a key differentiator in the cloud business going forward. In short, privacy was taken up as a strategic initiative in the company in early 2011.

Since XYZ had an internal consulting arm, it assigned the responsibility of designing and implementing an enterprise wide privacy program to the consulting arm. The consulting arm had very good expertise in information security consulting but had limited expertise in the privacy domain. The project was to be driven by CIO's office, in close consultation with the Corporate Information Security and Legal functions.

Given the confusion among relationship and function heads, how would you proceed to address the problem and ensure that policy is well understood and deployed? (250 to 500 words)

Options:

Questions 2

With respect to privacy monitoring and incident management process, which of the following should be a part of a standard incident handling process?

I) Incident identification and notification

II) Investigation and remediation

III) Root cause analysis

IV) User awareness training on how to report incidents

Options:

A.

I and II

B.

III and IV

C.

I, II and III

D.

All of the Above

Questions 3

Which among the following would not be characteristic of a good privacy notice?

Options:

A.

Easy to understand

B.

Clear and concise

C.

Comprehensive – explaining all the possible scenarios and processing details making the notice lengthy

D.

Multi-lingual