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.
The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Chris Zoladz
In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Chris Zoladz, CIPP/E, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, CIPM, CIPT, of Navigate talks about what he’s seeing on the ground as he advises clients who’re aiming to comply with the GDPR as its effective date rapidly approaches. Zoladz says based on his experience, organizations are largely not going to be completely compliant by May 2018, in part due to budget cycles. He also describes how to be strategic about big data and the GDPR’s new consent requirements. A big part of it is data mapping, first, but it’s also about strategic communications with analytics teams. “I really think the conversation with the analytics team has to be about them, not about privacy,” he said. Of course, the endgame is privacy, but it’s all in the approach. Editor's Note: For more on GDPR compliance, check out this recent web conference with the IAPP's Omer Tene and Hogan Lovells' Eduardo Ustaran, CIPP/E, on "Knowing and implementing the GDPR."
The Privacy Advisor Podcast: What went down at RSA?
In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Jedidiah Bracy, CIPP, discusses his experience at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, California, this week where he spoke on a panel titled, "Encryption and Back Doors: The Line Between Privacy and National Security." Evident both at RSA and via the IAPP's recently released Privacy Tech Vendor Report, Bracy says, a proliferation of vendors have risen to the challenge of helping companies with the complicated and arduous task of protecting data, and the privacy and security worlds are becoming increasingly intertwined.
The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Duncan Campbell
Duncan Campbell is head of U.S. Data Privacy at Barclays, the investment bank. Campbell didn’t really start out thinking he’d work in investment banking. He really had to learn it from scratch. But he says his philosophy on how he’d succeed is one he got from his athletic career as a younger person: There’s always going to be someone better than you, but you can always work harder.
The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Jessica Rich
Last month Jessica Rich, director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection at the Federal Trade Commission, announced she's leaving the agency. With Rich and former Commissioner Julie Brill gone (Brill left in 2016 for private practice), it wouldn't be unreasonable to be concerned that the agency has now lost two of its strongest leaders on consumer privacy. But Rich isn't. She predicts the FTC will be very aggressive on regulating sensitive data, and expanding what's classified as such, in the future. And while there are some rumblings that Acting Chairman Maureen Ohlhausen is too focused on "harm" cases for the good of consumers, Rich notes former Chairman Tim Muris was also very focused on harm, but says that was "one of our most productive times in privacy and security."
The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Julien Schekter
After an 18-month investigation into how Switzerland's government and private sector collect and use data, journalist and radio-show producer Julien Schekter and some of his colleagues decided to do something creative to help the average citizen understand the reality of today’s data-driven market, and make good decisions online. “We wanted to give them something fun, where they will learn something good. Otherwise they won’t do it, they don’t have the time or the interest to dig into this subject, and they maybe don’t want to see it.” Since its release in December, the trilingual game has taken off, and today has about 30,000 users globally. It's even being adopted by some French schools and universities. Interested in playing? Try it here.
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