Privacy & Digital Retail

Retail’s digital transformation is rapidly changing how consumers shop and many other aspects of the sector.

Retail Council of Canada explores emerging technologies and changes to the rules that govern them. Connect with experts to provide inspiration for new strategies and to learn more about privacy and data in retail!

Key Issues

Privacy and Data Regulation
Privacy and Data Regulation

Retailers must increasingly make use of data and new technologies. Regulatory frameworks (e.g. privacy) generally govern such activities.

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Digital Retail
Digital Retail

New technologies emerge daily which offer more efficiency, more personalization, greater experiential value and many other new options.

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Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity and breach prevention are key priorities for retailers, never more so than in today's rapidly shifting market.

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Privacy Committee

The Privacy Committee is comprised of retail professionals interested in and responsible for the areas of data governance and privacy. The purpose of the committee is to share best practices and information related to data governance and privacy and to help members stay ahead of the curve on issues that impact the industry, including Canadian privacy and data governance regulatory changes. Join this committee

Loss Prevention Advisory Council

The Loss Prevention Advisory Council is comprised of retail loss prevention leaders who discuss loss prevention practices and procedures that are relevant to retail. The council shares best practices, working together to better understand issues around shrink, theft, organized crime, gift card fraud and more, collaborating to shape loss prevention policies and procedures in retail. It also works closely with law enforcement across the country, sharing with members information around trends that include cyber security, data breach, active shooter situations and more. Join this committee

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