In a column for Computerworld, Thornton A. May writes about data analytics and privacy maps that reflect how organizations think about privacy, suggesting most organizations “don’t know where they are in regard to privacy.” May writes that “maps being used today shout that organizations have not thought long enough or hard enough about privacy,” adding, “I don’t think privacy professionals are giving us the answers we need.” May continues, “I will up the oratorical ferocity by claiming that value-maximizing boards of directors are demanding privacy maps, but the cartography currently practiced by most privacy professionals falls far short of what it needed. It is time to remap the privacy space.”
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