En el Global Privacy Summit (cumbre mundial de privacidad) organizado por la IAPP en abril de este año, comisionados de privacidad de Uruguay, Argentina y México se reunieron en Washington, D.C. para hablar sobre la evolución normativa en América Latina. En este video, se escuchan los discursos de Eduardo Andrés Bertoni (Argentina), María Patricia Kurczyn Villalobos (México) y Federico Monteverde (Uruguay) moderados por José Alejandro Bermúdez (Nymity).
In this interview with IAPP European Correspondent Jennifer Baker, European Parliament rapporteur on the new ePrivacy Regulation, Marju Lauristin, MEP, speaks about how she envisions the ePrivacy Regulation working in coordination with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which is set to be implemented May 25, 2018. In this wide-ranging interview, get insight on how Lauristin sees issues such as ancillary services, cookies, and the administrative timeline playing out over the course of the ePrivacy Regulation's development.
At the IAPP's Navigate event in 2013, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, a self-described "information artist," spoke about her work in using DNA as a catalyst for art and a medium. Her videos and portraits explore the very nature of who we are as people and what we unknowingly leave behind for others to use — and maybe exploit. Some of the techniques and methods she has explored are now being used by law enforcement in attempts to identify criminals.
U.K. Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham takes the occasion of the beginning of the one-year countdown to the implementation of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation to emphasize the importance of the legislation to the business as a whole.
The United States Government Accountability Office considers itself the government watchdog. Recently, the GAO set its sights on the Internet of Things, releasing this week a report on the "Status and implications of an increasingly connected world." In this video edition of "The Watchdog Report," the GAO goes out on location to discuss what IoT connectivity means for consumers, jobs, and the U.S. economy.
2017 IAPP Privacy Vanguard Award winner Brendon Lynch, CIPP/US, discusses his privacy career, the award win and more in this Q&A video.
Caroline Criado-Perez is the author of "Do It Like a Woman," and the leader of a successful movement to get female representation on U.K. banknotes. At the IAPP Europe Data Protection Intensive 2017 in London, an enthusiastic crowd listened intently as she took an in-depth look at how women are affected by the ways society uses data.
Security pro Bruce Schneier addresses attendees at an event hosted by The Linux Foundation.