Privacy

As online commerce and social networking continue to grow, CompTIA asserts that more attention must be focused on how consumer information is collected, used, analyzed, and shared. Striking the right balance between protecting one’s privacy and using information for innovation, marketing, and security purposes, among others, is of paramount importance.

The threat of increased regulation, especially in response to global developments in privacy policy, continues to loom large. Both the Administration and Capitol Hill have devoted a great deal of time and attention to consumer privacy in the last few years and it is expected that further consideration will occur.

Privacy Committees

State Federal

Press Releases

federal - Privacy pr

Jun 03, 2015

state Privacy - pr

Jun 03, 2015

CompTIA White Paper Finds Tax Reform Paramount to Incentivize Growth and Innovation

May 12, 2014

Blog Articles

  • Day Two Packed with Information at CompTIA IT Services and Support Meeting

    by Brian Sherman | Feb 04, 2010
    Day two of the CompTIA IT Services and Support Executive Forum meeting is in full swing today, as the attendees concluded a networking breakfast and moved quickly into an update on public policies. The association represents the interests of IT services companies and communicates the top issues affecting the industry on a regular basis. With policy offices in Washington and Brussels, they have a global, national, and regional footprint, keeping community members informed of issues that could aff ...
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