Concepts like “privacy engineering” and “privacy by design” have been in the privacy lexicon for several years, but do we all know or agree about what they mean? What is a privacy engineer? Sure, when we discuss privacy by design, we’re talking about baking privacy considerations in from the start and not just bolting them on after a product or service has been designed, but what is privacy by design in practice? How do you ensure your tech and legal teams can understand each other, and how can you get senior leadership to buy into privacy as a business advantage instead of an obstacle? These are a couple of issues IAPP Editorial Director Jedidiah Bracy, CIPP, recently discussed with Nishant Bhajaria, head of technical privacy and governance at Uber.
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