Building a pathway to board leadership — Women Leading Privacy session at #GPS17
Curious what it takes to join a corporate or non-profit board of directors? Start here. The Women Leading Privacy session at this year’s Global Privacy Summit featured two leading experts in the field to help you breakdown the questions you should ask yourself and steps to take. Women Leading Privacy Section advisory board members Dana Simberkoff, CIPP/US and Lauren Shy, CIPP/US took notes and created this handy summary for you. Read the piece Building a Pathway to Board Leadership
Chenxi Wang discusses inspiration and self-awareness
Watch this quick take from the IAPP’s Privacy. Security. Risk. conference in San Jose, California, last fall.
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The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Rachel Tobac
Find out how Rachel won last year’s Social Engineering Capture The Flag contest at DEFCON in Las Vegas.
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Women Leading Privacy: Diversity - A Key Asset to Get GDPR Implementation Right
Wednesday, 8 November at 11 a.m.
About the Section
Women leading privacy gather here
While there are as many women in privacy as there are men, the truth is that women experience unique industry hurdles and challenges. Women Leading Privacy is where many of today’s top privacy professionals come to give and get career support, to help advance women in the field and to expand their personal and professional networks with a slew of opportunities created just for them.
Why Women Should Pursue Careers in Data Privacy
In an op-ed for TechZone360, AvePoint Chief Compliance and Risk Officer — and IAPP member and active member of the Women Leading Privacy Section — Dana Simberkoff, CIPP/US, writes about why privacy is a great industry for women. Read the article here.
Criado-Perez on how women are affected by society's use of data
Caroline Criado-Perez is the author of “Do It Like a Woman,” and the leader of a successful movement to get female representation on U.K. banknotes. At the IAPP Europe Data Protection Intensive 2017 in London, an enthusiastic crowd listened intently as she took an in-depth look at how women are affected by the ways society uses data.
Privacy pros at the helm
Guiding the Women Leading Privacy Section, the Advisory Board—chosen from your nominations—represents a diverse group of women with comprehensive experience and expertise in privacy.
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