Fieldfisher's Phil Lee, CIPM, CIPP/E, breaks down the General Data Protection Regulation, highlighting its most "need to know" elements.
In this new episode of CSO Security Sessions, Joan Goodchild discusses the relationship between age and privacy habits and perspectives with Independent Security Evaluators’ Ted Harrington. He maintains that Millennials, who grew in tandem with more of today’s technologies, feel more comfortable sharing information online or with devices as opposed to Baby Boomers, the report states. Company leadership should take these perceptions and the roles people with those perceptions hold into account when training employees, Harrington adds.
Researcher Amy Adele Hasinoff tackles sexting and whether it's the content that often makes the practice controversial, or whether its the subsequent privacy issues surrounding it during this TEDxMileHigh talk.
Yeong Zee Kin opens the IAPP Asia Privacy Forum 2016 in Singapore.
In this video from Cisco, the company's senior vice president and general manager of networking and security business, David Goeckeler, and vice president and chief information security officer of the Security and Trust Organization, Steve Martino, discuss Cisco's 2016 Midyear Cybersecurity Report and how organizations can improve their security posture.
Bloomberg BNA's Alex Butler moderates a panel of analysts who discuss the increasing need for cybersecurity counsel and its impact on legal practice. Panelists include Bradley M. Gayton, General Counsel and Vice President, Ford Motor Company; Buck de Wolf, General Counsel, GE Global Research; Harriet Pearson, CIPP/US, Partner, Hogan Lovells, and Lisa Sotto, CIPM, CIPP/US, Partner, New York, Hunton & Williams.
In this video from Mobile Nations, GeekBeat.TV's Cali Lewis and John Pozadzides hot a round-table discussion on mobile phone and internet security with Windows Phone Central's Daniel Rubino, iMore's Rene Ritchie, Android Central's Phil Nickinson, and Crackberry.com's Kevin Michaluk.
In this June 10 panel from the American Constitution Society, moderator Ellen Nakashima of the Washington Post hosts the Center for Democracy & Technology Vice President for Policy Chris Calabrese, American University Washington College of Law Assistant Professor of Law Jennifer Daskal, DeVore & DeMarco partner Joseph DeMarco, and Georgetown University Law Center and Hogan Lovells' Neal Katyal as they discuss the "critical questions being raised regarding the extraterritorial reach of domestic law, the applicability of substantive and procedural safeguards that protect privacy in these scenarios, and how to achieve the right balance between privacy and law enforcement needs in an increasingly interconnected and digitized world."
Canada’s extended privacy tort—a civil law that allows victims to seek compensation in addition to criminal charges—covers revenge porn, but it could have wide-ranging implications for journalists and the media, and may allow people to sue over non-sexual images and unflattering words, even if they’re the truth. In this session from the 2016 IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium, IAPP Publications Director Sam Pfeifle and lawyer Donna Wilson discuss the tort, it's creation, and what lies ahead.
Michael Krigsman of #CXOTALK and Cisco Chief Privacy Officer Michelle Dennedy, CIPM, CIPP/US, discuss privacy as a discipline, and the challenge of finding the required equilibrium between personalization of services and privacy. Privacy engineering "really is bringing together people, process and technology," Dennedy says. Doing it well is an art, she continues. "That's the key is understanding who owns what, who can deliver on what, and when is that perfect moment when the person wants to have all of those information streams joined. ... So by really thinking hard about what are the components of a relationship, and how do we kind of lift and separate and curate them."