Building a privacy program can be a daunting task. One man who knows something about that is Mike Shapiro, chief privacy officer of Santa Clara County. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Shapiro discusses building a privacy program from the ground up for an entire county, one that comprises so many different government entities (hospitals, police departments, social services) and with them so many laws and regulations to comply with. Then there's the tension between, as a public servant, spending your time on compliance efforts and delegating some time to data use for the public good. For more on building a program from the ground up, this morning’s workshop, “Building a global privacy program that performs,” should illuminate the issue.
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