Data Privacy Small Business Bootcamps
Do you think your company doesn’t have to worry about data privacy laws? Think again.
New data privacy laws could cost your business thousands of dollars and significantly impact how you do business.
The U.S. Chamber’s Technology Engagement Center, which has been leading the charge for a national privacy law that protects small business, is hosting a series of privacy boot camps around the country to educate local businesses about privacy laws, its potential impact on businesses, and what’s happening at the national level.
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