BIZ-ZONE ADOPTS PRIVACY BY DESIGN PRINCIPLES TO DEMONSTRATE EXCEPTIONAL DATA PROTECTION CAPABILITIES
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Attention Business and Technology Editors
York Region software development firm voluntarily submits to independent privacy review to show commitment to users, customers
Toronto, Oct 23, 2014 -- With daily news coverage of widespread privacy leaks, security breaches and compromised financial data, individuals could be forgiven for assuming that privacy is dead. Fortunately, thanks to companies that infuse their products with data protection features fundamentally rooted in standardized principles, privacy is seeing a strong revival.
Biz-Zone is a veteran software and Web developer with almost two decades of experience in the creation of interactive online experiences. With its latest version of Association DNA, the company's association management system (AMS), the organization is taking an ambitious step that will challenge competitors in the cloud-based AMS space. With such features as centralized member information, dynamic information streams and user-friendly event management, the organization joins a top-tier set of players in a space known for advanced analytics, user management and real-time processing. But it's the privacy features that set the platform apart from all its competition.
With Association DNA, the company has opted to incorporate more than the usual smattering of security controls found in traditional data management tools. Biz-Zone has chosen to incorporate all 7 Principles of Privacy by Design.
Claudiu Popa, CEO/Principal Risk Advisor
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