How Data Privacy and Compliance Can Improve Website UX

Your Consent Management Platform must enable data collection best practices and incorporate client-side privacy and protection controls to drive better UX and increase revenues.

Your website is uniquely vulnerable: It's the path of least resistance and has a great payback -- deep PII like credit card numbers, names, and addresses.

Your challenge, earning trust from website visitors and also complying with consumer data privacy requirements — along with the consequence of failure and the benefits of success — is daunting.

And you have to worry about both privacy and security.

Here are some best practices for preventing data leakage while complying with privacy preferences and protecting against data breaches. 

Download this Playbook to learn:

  • How privacy and personalization can come together
  • The key benefits of compliance and easy consent
  • Eleven client-side best practices for preventing website data leakage and complying with privacy practices

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