What is social engineering?
Online scams and phishing attacks are prime examples of social engineering — a technique used to manipulate people into sharing confidential or personal information.
While this is the most expensive option (with some law firms charging upwards of $1,000), it can save you from having to decipher international laws by yourself, and give you peace of mind that your policy complies with all applicable regulation.
If you’re a small local business or freelancer, you probably don’t need to comply with as many complex data protection laws.
This is the ideal option for business owners who have a good understanding of their privacy obligations, as well as the time and writing skills to put together a policy.
This is a popular option for business owners who have an idea of their privacy obligations, but don’t have enough time or interest to write it all down. All you need to do is spend a few minutes filling out a form with your business’ details, and the generator will do the rest.