Running data inventories so businesses understand how they collect, use, store, manage, and share that data and can make informed decisions about their data collection practices
Privacy is fast becoming a business priority, but where do you start? No matter how big or small your business is, privacy regulations can feel complicated—and when you’re looking at an alphabet soup of compliance demands, it’s especially stressful.
But privacy doesn’t have to feel overwhelming when you work with experienced privacy consultants. Our goal is to help you build a privacy-first environment so you can establish consumer trust and differentiate your business from its competitors.
At Red Clover, our team of privacy experts can help you take on the full gamut of privacy regulations—whether overseas or at home.
The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the forerunner of every privacy regulation out there today—but that doesn’t make achieving and maintaining compliance a walk in the park. With a 360° plan for compliance—and a little support—your GDPR regulatory obligations don't have to disrupt your business.
The United States takes a sectoral approach to privacy, meaning there’s no comprehensive federal privacy law. Instead, states are leading the charge—and California is at the head of the pack with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). Compliance means establishing a smart strategy for managing consumer rights, opt-outs, and Do Not Sell or Share requests under CCPA and CPRA.
The CPA is a newcomer to the privacy landscape, but Colorado isn't a carbon copy of California's privacy laws. It has its own regulatory approach that supports both consumer rights and business needs.
The CPA still plays an important role in creating better practices for businesses and increasing consumer privacy rights.
Virginia implemented its privacy act in 2021. Like California, it creates new and valuable consumer rights, but it also implements new security and assessment requirements that businesses must comply with.
At Red Clover Advisors, we help our clients get up to speed on the VCDPA’s requirements for privacy issues like geolocation data, profiling, ad targeting, and personal data.
The CTDPA arrived on the block in 2022, but it’s no less important than CCPA/CPRA, CPA, or VCDPA. In fact, it poses unique challenges for businesses as they seek to balance a growing number of state privacy regulations.
Red Clover works with businesses to help them stay ahead of the privacy curve
We’re here to de-conflict privacy regulations for you. We work with businesses to create privacy strategies that make sense for their operations, customers, employees, and stakeholders. Our team of privacy experts can support you:
No matter which regulations apply, your business can thrive in a privacy-first environment. Ready to get started?
Simplifying Privacy Management
Privacy isn’t just about meeting regulatory requirements. It’s about creating privacy strategies that sustain your business and your customers’ trust in it. We know it can be a heavy lift, though—and that’s where we come in.
If you’re looking for privacy peace of mind, we’re here to help with that. We help clients:
Privacy is a lot of things. It's data collection and security protocols—but it's also managing your vendors, training your staff, and communicating your practices. That’s why, when it comes to privacy management within your organization, a multi-faceted approach will help you cover every area of the business and stay compliant.
We customize all our privacy services to meet your organizational needs. Whether you’re looking for a quick consult or a full-fledged privacy partner, we can help you get started.
Cookies play a big role in privacy regulations, making cookie compliance a critical part of your privacy practices. But getting cookie compliance right can feel like trying to bake a recipe—without the actual recipe.
We help businesses plan comprehensive cookie consent strategies that work across all major privacy regulations. Let's find the right approach to compliance for your business.
If your business depends on vendor services—and it likely does in some capacity—your privacy practices need to include them. To not include them can put your customer’s personal information at risk—and put your business at risk for financial and reputational damage.
Red Clover helps clients establish streamlined, manageable processes for assessing, monitoring, and managing vendor and third-party risks.
Privacy notices are famously dense—but there’s no need for that. We know from firsthand experience that it’s possible to create privacy policies that build and sustain consumer trust.
If your business is ready to craft an easy-to-navigate privacy notice that your consumers can actually read—well, that’s what we’re here for.
90% of cyberattacks are the result of human, rather than computer, errors.
Privacy readiness for your business depends on how well prepared your staff is to handle privacy and security issues. Thankfully, training can reduce the risk by helping teams understand how to handle personal data and identify security risks.
From training on basic information security and privacy awareness to specific regulations, we deliver customizable options for getting your entire team ready for any privacy issues you might encounter. The result? A privacy-first culture at your business.
A data inventory—also known as data mapping—is where all comprehensive privacy strategies start. When you conduct a thorough data inventory, you gain irreplaceable insight into the data you collect, store, use, and share.
At Red Clover, we use data inventories every day to help clients connect the dots between the personal data that’s collected, where it's going, and how it's being used so they can make smart privacy decisions.
Lots of pieces go into privacy practices, but a comprehensive privacy strategy is more than the sum of its parts. It’s about leveraging privacy to strengthen your operations, build trust with consumers, and differentiate your business.
We help you figure out the right strategy for your organization, then support you through all steps of implementation. A good strategy is always customized to your needs, so let’s chat.
Is your business at risk of running afoul of compliance requirements? Are the right privacy notices present? What security threats might undermine your reputation?
Privacy risks are multifaceted and ever-evolving, so it’s understandable if you don’t know what privacy risks you’re facing and how to mitigate them. But that’s why Red Clover is here. We can help you figure that out—and figure out a way forward.
Every business benefits from a robust privacy program, but hiring in-house privacy experts can ratchet up your budget quickly—and it’s not always necessary
We deliver the value of an in-house privacy officer without the full investment. Red Clover helps businesses establish their reputations as privacy-friendly brands whether they just need to tweak their privacy practices or they’re building a privacy program from the ground up.
Privacy software is awesome, but it can’t run an effective,
compliant privacy program on its own.
As privacy experts passionate about trust, we help you define your goals and achieve them. We consider every factor that impacts your business, so you can continue to optimize your practices and meet your customer’s changing needs.
We work with the best platforms, tools, and technologies to make sure your company is protected and has what it needs to succeed.
We’ve set ourselves the mission of making data privacy an advantage—not a challenge—for businesses. We aim to help you get a return on your investment, from improved customer loyalty to more efficient operations. When you partner with us, you get to leverage our expertise to be one of the first companies to build digital trust with every customer.