In 1961, Jaguar started producing the E-Type Series sports car. In the automobile world, the E-Type is a classic, an icon, and has been featured in the likes of Austin Powers and Mad Men. Among the many unique things about the series were its wire wheels — a beautiful mess of spokes emanating from a center hub. The image was part of the inspiration for WireWheel, an emerging data-privacy-as-a-service startup that's entering the market. That "total mess" is something many companies are grappling with right now as they try to discover where their most sensitive information resides in order to understand the flow of data through the company, mitigate risk, and ensure regulatory compliance. In this post for Privacy Tech, Jedidiah Bracy, CIPP, talks with WireWheel CEO and Founder Justin Antonipillai, who also lead the U.S. negotiating team in the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield negotiations, about this new privacy tech offering.
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