Between the election season and the holidays, it's been a busy few months. It's possibly you didn't have time to sit back, relax and enjoy all of The Privacy Advisor Podcasts. Don't worry. We've got the most recent podcasts assembled here for your listening pleasure, starting with the most recent.
The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Phil Lee
Phil Lee on overcoming tribalism and how to get GDPR-ready
In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Fieldfisher's Phil Lee, CIPM, CIPP/E, discusses his career counseling companies both in the U.S. and the EU, and the differences in personality often apparent between companies on either side of the pond as both try to navigate the evolving privacy landscape. Lee says we need to "avoid the tribalism that has perhaps arisen" between the two sides. He gets into the details of what his clients are struggling with as they prepare for GDPR compliance, particularly when it comes to data mapping where third-party vendors are involved.
The Privacy Advisor Podcast: John Bowman
Bowman talks UK's future in data privacy, 'repping' his country in GDPR negotiations
In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, catches up with Promontory's John Bowman, CIPP/E, in Belgium to discuss the implications of Brexit on data protection and privacy in the U.K., representing his country in the GDPR negotiations, and why he's sticking in the privacy game for the foreseeable future. Of the negotiations, he said it was an "absolute privilege to have a ringside seat."
The Privacy Advisor Podcast: 2016, a recap
In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, the IAPP Publications Team looks back on the year's biggest stories, including the Apple v. FBI case, the unveiling of Privacy Shield, and that whole "Pokemon Go" thing. Jedidiah Bracy, CIPP, Sam Pfeifle, Emily Leach, CIPP/US, and Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, aim to predict what to expect in 2017 based on the changes 2016 brought.
The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Linnette Attai
How to teach kids about cyber bullying, despite adults' poor examples
Linnette Attai is a compliance consultant who helps schools, companies, lawyers and parents understand tools and best practices to make sure student data stays safe and kids know how to protect themselves online. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Attai discusses why it's important to teach kids early about privacy and why there's even more risk today than ever before. She'll also talk about cyberbullying and how to talk to kids about behaving online the same way you'd want people to see you behave offline ... even if the adults around them aren't necessarily doing the same.
The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Mike Hintze
Hintze looks back at Microsoft and forward to private practice
If you don't know him personally, you probably know the name Mike Hintze, FIP, CIPM, CIPP/C, CIPP/E, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, CIPT. He was chief privacy counsel at Microsoft for 18 years. But he's since moved on to private practice in Seattle, Washington, working alongside his wife, Susan Lyon-Hintze, CIPP/US, at their boutique firm, Hintze Law. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Hintze talks about his experiences working for the tech giant, why he decided it was time to go, and what he plans to get out of taking on this completely new chapter in his career.
The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Amie Stepanovich
Podcast: Amie Stepanovich talks fighting government surveillanceIn this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Amie Stepanovich discusses her work at Access Now, an organization who's mission is to defend and extend the digital rights of users at risk around the world. She spends a lot of time fighting against government backdoors, and encryption plays a vital role in the work Access Now does. Stepanovich says she was infused with a passion for human rights at an early age, but it's not always easy work. "It's about small wins," she said. When it comes to fighting government surveillance, sometimes it's about incremental progress. "This is about doing what you can to make something bigger than yourself."
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