2B Advice provides integrated solutions to data privacy challenges. Our clients rely on us to provide practical solutions to regulatory requirements and to guide them through the effective implementation of technical and organizational measures that help improve compliance and enhance privacy. 2B Advice was founded in 2003 in Bonn, Germany and have grown to include branch offices and subsidiaries in Berlin, Munich, New York, San Diego and Brezno (Slovakia). Our organization’s success is built on our team’s education, experience, and energy and are always open to adding to our staff of experts.
If you enjoy solving challenges, working in a team, and enjoy working with technology as much as reading legal texts, then 2B Advice may be the place for you. If you have either legal or technical education, preferably with experience in data privacy or security matters, we would like to hear from you.
2B Advice - The Privacy Benchmark - is looking for a manager position in Italy to take care of customer projects and leadership of project teams. We need somebody who is able to manage all communication processes with other project participants, especially in international projects. You need to be fluent in Italian.Learn More
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Create a culture of privacy and ensure your company becomes and stays compliant with the new California Consumer Privacy Act by using CCPA compliance software from 2B Advice.Austrian Supervisory Authority Issues Record Breaking to Post AG
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In a clarifying ruling, the Federal Administrative Court has further defined the responsibilities of an operator of a Facebook fan page.