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Daily Dashboard | Lynch Sees Job Security for Privacy Pros Related reading: On the pitfalls of reputation economics

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Threat Post reports on “one of the most challenging jobs in the technology industry, chief privacy officer at Microsoft.” The post is held by IAPP Board Chairman Brendon Lynch, CIPP/US, who said the rise of ubiquitous computing is one of the most challenging trends for companies to handle when it comes to protecting user privacy. But, he said, technology challenges are actually an opportunity for companies to gain a competitive edge by giving their users more control of their privacy options, being transparent with data use and communicating all of this to users in laymen’s terms. He added, “I see job security for privacy people.”
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