Aleada, a minority-female-owned privacy and data protection company, has launched the Aleada Partner Program and several partnership agreements.
Aleada provides dynamic privacy and data protection compliance programs that change as business goals evolve or new laws come online, assuring the continuity of the business practices companies have built over time. Aleada programs help simplify compliance, even as new privacy rules and regulations make data collection and use more complex.
Inaugural members of the Aleada Partner Program include:
- 1touch, a global leader in personal data and network analytics
- Bishop Fox, leaders in private offensive security testing
- Good Research comprehensive data protection offerings including de-identification/anonymization, technical privacy/security system design and training
- OneTrust, the fastest-growing company on the Inc. 500 and category-defining enterprise platform to operationalize trust
- Privacy + Security Academy, providers of high-caliber privacy and security events with real-world lessons and practical takeaways
- WireWheel, data privacy management software that helps users address pressing challenges of GDPR, CCPA, and evolving privacy laws around the world
- Zeguro, specialists in cyber insurance.
“Aleada has a tremendously bright, energetic, diligent, and experienced team. I’m greatly impressed with their knowledge, work ethic, and commitment to excellence,” said Daniel J. Solove, John Marshall Harlan Research Professor of Law, George Washington University Law School, consultant to top corporations and organizations, noted author and one of the world’s leading experts in privacy law. He is the co-founder of Privacy + Security Academy.
“Aleada and OneTrust are longtime partners, and together help our joint customers use OneTrust technology to operationalize privacy, security, and data governance,” said Kabir Barday, fellow of Information Privacy (FIP) and CEO of OneTrust. “We look forward to continuing our partnership and building more trusted organizations.”
Aleada experts are available for comments on today’s news, and are happy to provide background and field questions on emerging privacy, regulatory, legislative and data security issues.