We get it. You're busy. It's possible you didn't have time to catch all of The Privacy Advisor Podcasts this last month. Don't worry. We've got them assembled here for your listening pleasure, starting with the most recent.
In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, chats with Alexandra Ross, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, CIPT, about incorporating some of her background in theater and her passion for yoga into her privacy practice: The theater experience helps her to be heard in effective ways; the yoga practice helps her stay mindful about the decisions she's making and who those decisions might impact. Ross is senior global privacy and data security counsel at Autodesk, a 3D design, engineering and entertainment software company. Ross says she's spending most of her time on GDPR these days and feels one change the regulation will bring is a sort of "survival of the fittest" vendor race.
Recently, consumer credit reporting agency Equifax announced it had been hacked, and 143 million consumers' personal information had been accessed. That information included Social Security numbers, birth dates and credit card numbers. It's early days, and we're still learning the details of how the breach happened, why the public notification took so many weeks, and how far-reaching the implications will be for consumers. But The Privacy Advisor's Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, caught up with UnitedLex's Jason Straight, CIPP/US, who has been helping companies prevent or overcome breaches for the last 10 years, to discuss the Equifax breach and what privacy professionals should take away from the incident to protect their own brands.
This episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast features a return guest. Chris Zoladz, CIPP/E, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, CIPM, CIPT, owns Navigate, a consultancy. His podcast is the most-listened-to episode since we started this thing, with almost 1,900 listens at the time of this writing. Besides the fact that Zoladz is a likable and smart guy, the reason for that is likely because his first podcast with us was about how to prep for the EU General Data Protection Regulation. He told us all about the ways companies were getting ahead, or, in many cases, falling behind, and where privacy professionals should get started. In this follow-up episode, Zoladz talks to host Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, on what he advises privacy professionals to do if they know they're not ready for the GDPR. Hint: It's not a bad idea to prioritize your regulator- and consumer-facing processes.
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