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This is “Life, Death and Data Breach”, a podcast about the pains and pitfalls of dealing with sensitive data in large and unorganized company repositories. Jeanne Somma, insights executive and counsel with ayfie and seasoned eDiscovery Practicioner and Johannes Stiehler, CEO of ayfie and a linguist at heart discuss how to recognize and solve some of the challenges of discovering and protecting textual information. If you are a legal practicioner, data security officier or just interested in ...
 
Data privacy is the footprint of our existence. It is our persona beyond ourselves, with traces of us scattered from birth certificates, Social Security numbers, shopping patterns, credit card histories, photographs, mugshots and health records. In a digital world, where memory is converted to 0’s and 1’s, then instantly transformed into a reproduction even in 3D, personal data is an urgent personal and collective subject. Those who wish to live anonymous lives must take extraordinary measur ...
 
Join Cameron Ivey, Gabe Gumbs and interview guests from around the cybersecurity world as they keep you informed around the topics of cybersecurity, data privacy, compliance, breaches, interesting infosec stories, and much more! Learn why it’s more important than ever that we protect what matters most.
 
The International Association of Privacy Professionals is the largest and most comprehensive global information privacy community and resource, helping practitioners develop and advance their careers and organizations manage and protect their data. More than just a professional association, the IAPP provides a home for privacy professionals around the world to gather, share experiences and enrich their knowledge. Founded in 2000, the IAPP is a not-for-profit association with more than 39,000 ...
 
University of Pennsylvania faculty discuss novel research-based insights that have the potential to change the way we approach complex economic dynamics that underpin policy decisions. Based on the B-School for Public Policy seminars in DC, each 20-minute, studio-quality interview covers a different issue in business and economics. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Dit jaar is de privacy gedragscode van Nldigital voor de ICT-branche goedgekeurd door de AP. Waarom is deze gedragscode in het leven geroepen en waarom zou je je als ICT-leverancier moeten laten certificeren? Marius van Rijswijk gaat hierover in gesprek met Rowan Huiskes, projectmanager bij Nldigital en Robert Kam, privacy & legal counsel bij Visma…
 
As a consumer, it can be really difficult to figure out who's tracking your data online. Many companies hide behind algorithms claiming they're the "secret sauce" to their business model, which sometimes frustrates regulators and laymen alike. That's why award-winning journalist Julia Angwin and investigative journalist Surya Mattu, both of the non…
 
COVID-19 has changed the world in dramatic ways. Contact tracing emerged as an approach to fight the pandemic’s spread and save lives. The idea is to notify people who have been in close contact with another person who tests positive for the virus. This should allow the contacted individuals to self-quarantine and take measures not to spread the vi…
 
This week on Privacy Please, Gabe and I welcome on a very wonderful guest, Attorney by day and Certified Privacy Professional by night, Mr. Thomas Besore. We run through a Top Ten list of the most amazing, positive things happening with Privacy invasive technologies! We talk about his career as an attorney, why he got into Privacy during the pandem…
 
We take our mobile phones everywhere we go, and it’s become scary easy for services and apps to collect information about our movements. But there are limits to what these technologies can do; they work best outdoors. Our guests in our first season finale episode, Yan Shvartzshnaider of NYU and Colleen Josephson, a doctoral student at Stanford, rec…
 
This week on Privacy Please Gabe and I have on the founder/CEO and CTO of Racktop Systems Eric Bednash and Jonathan Halstuch. What a great conversation we have with these two! We talk about how Racktop Systems started, how they met in the NSA, what makes a security company great data privacy, the structure behind making it successful, cut budgets, …
 
Prateek Mittal, associate professor of electrical engineering at Princeton University, is here to discuss his team's research into how hackers can use adversarial tactics toward artificial intelligence to take advantage of us and our data. In the context of self driving cars, think about a bad actor that aims to cause large-scale congestion or even…
 
What is a data subject access request and how can you use it to take revenge on your employer? In this episode we discuss uses and abuses of this mechanism and how it affects different industries. The “triangle of problems” – people, processes and technology – again plays a key role in finding a solution for DSARs that doesn’t break the bank.…
 
When you’re shopping for a new gadget online, there’s a good chance you consulted the reviews on YouTube. So many of them are well produced and very thoughtful takes on the latest computer or camera equipment, services, even food and toys. But are they unbiased? Our guest today, Michael Swart, says a lot of them are practically paid commercials wit…
 
This week on Privacy Please we have the founder, CEO, and CTO at Acreto, Mr. Babak Pasdar. *Do not miss this one! Find out why Babak testified on wireless tapping with Verizon and almost cost his career. We have the honor of speaking with Babak about his start in security and why Acreto was created. We learn what he thinks makes a company go from g…
 
This week on Privacy Please, Gabe and I welcome on Michael Oberlaender, Author of Global CISO. We talk about his newest book Global CISO - Strategy, Tactics, and Leadership, his 20+ years in the industry, what makes a good CISO, the intersection of security and privacy, strict German laws, GDPR's influence on the US, the proudest moment in security…
 
When we use the internet, most of us don't think twice about entering our credit card numbers and we don't tend to worry that someone might be looking over our shoulder. Our guest today, Jennifer Rexford, knows better than most how the internet works and what kind of vulnerabilities exist that allow hackers to exploit its weaknesses. She's the Gord…
 
In our inaugural episode, we discuss the base line of defence against data breach: having as little data as possible in the first place. Among other things, we cover GDPR, CCPA, fresh-water sharks and German compound words. Tune in to understand what data protection regulations could mean for your business and why data is less like gold and more li…
 
There have been no shortage of hearings in the last couple of years on potential federal privacy legislation in the U.S. This week was no exception, as the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation held another. But this hearing was under different circumstances, namely, it was held in the middle of the COVID-19 global pandemic.…
 
Brazil’s General Personal Data Protection Law or “LGPD” entered into force on September 18, 2020. In this podcast, Thiago Luís Santos Sombra of the prominent Brazilian law firm Mattos Filho, www.mattosfilho.com.br, explains the basic approach to personal data privacy of South America’s largest country. Highlights:• Brazil chose the European Union’s…
 
This week on Privacy Please, we have the fantastic Jayne Durden – VP, Law Firm Strategy at Anaqua. We get the pleasure of learning her story growing up in Australia, moving to the states twenty years ago, and how she got to where she is now. Gabe and Jayne get to geek out on The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) as I sat back with pu…
 
There’s been a lot of anxiety lately about the security of the American balloting infrastructure, but Andrew Appel has been thinking about this question for years. He has research specialties in public policy and security and privacy. He’s a well-known specialist in election technology who is often quoted in the media, and has served as an expert w…
 
This week on Privacy Please, Cam and Gabe get the opportunity to speak with Vanessa Wu, General Counsel at Rippling. We talk about CCPA's possible threats and penalties on smaller businesses, concerns over employee data and privacy, CCPA compared to GDPR expectations, company culture around being compliant, data regulations for employees, what kind…
 
While we're using electronic gadgets, apps, platforms and websites, they are often using us as well, including tracking our personal data. The premiere episode of our new podcast features Arvind Narayanan, associate professor of computer science here at the Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Science. He is a widely recognized ex…
 
This is the second half of our conversation with Arvind Narayanan, associate professor of computer science here at the Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Science. He is a widely recognized expert in the area of information privacy and fairness in machine learning, with a huge Twitter following and a knack for explaining tech pri…
 
As children around the globe either head back to school or continue their school year, depending on geolocation, many new privacy and data protection concerns present themselves. Whether it be heightened data collection on student health to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at school or new technologies implemented to facilitate virtual learning, ther…
 
This week on Privacy Please we have on Mr. Jeff Horne, currently the Chief Security Officer at Ordr and a member of the review board for Blackhat. We had a fantastic back and forth conversation around Jeff's very impressive background where he was the Senior Director of Information Security at SpaceX. We dive into what he is currently up to at Ordr…
 
This week on Privacy Please we have Stuart Brotman - A global expert in digital privacy and cyber-security adviser; Author, Privacy's Perfect Storm: Digital Policy for Post-Pandemic Times: https://www.amazon.com/Privacys-Perfect-Storm-Digital-Post-Pandemic/dp/1939282489#ace-9766277718 We talk about Stuarts brand new book, Privacy's Perfect Storm: D…
 
Robo-calls, phishing, identity theft, ads we didn’t ask for – and worse. How does this happen? How does our personal data get collected, used and sold, without our knowing approval? Data brokers are a primary answer. They are businesses that collect, use, and sell blocks of personal information to a wide variety of buyers. This is not per se a shad…
 
If Brazil gave birth to its data protection law this week, it was a really fast labor. Privacy professionals awoke to the news Thursday that overnight, in an unprecedented move, the Brazilian Senate approved an amendment allowing the General Personal Data Protection Law to go into effect (almost) immediately. The decision reverses a vote Tuesday to…
 
What happens when a legal event arises in your organization? Andrea Williams, VP of Emerging Technology and Solutions at Ricoh Canada's eDiscovery Group, joins us to discuss how understanding and managing your data from the outset is essential for streamlined eDiscovery.ActiveNav による
 
This week on Privacy Please we speak with our guest Neil Goodrich from M. Holland Company. Neil is a member of the Executive Leadership Team, responsible for introducing and leading digital change within the organization. We learn about where it all started for Neil as a private investigator and why he isn't your traditional CIO. We dive into what …
 
A July 2020 Indian Government Report calls for regulation of Non-Personal Data. Most data privacy laws aim to protect (or not) personal data of people, This Report raises the question whether the world is about to see an explosion of regulation of non-personal data, which could change the business of data and how information flows within and across…
 
This week on Privacy Please, Cam and Gabe had the pleasure of hosting a very good friend and very underrated individual, Mr. Michael Thompson, CEO of Enact Security. We learn Mike's story and background, why organizations struggle with data protection & privacy, tips on getting started with a data security program, some things we have learned with …
 
If you've ever felt like your personal technology devices know you a little too well, this podcast is for you. Here's a short introduction to Cookies: Tech Security & Privacy, brought to you by the Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Science.Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Science による
 
This week on Privacy Please we interview Freelance, Investigative Journalist, Michelle Madsen or is it Michelle Damsen? Long story short, Michelle was Caught up in a Senegal fake news scam and we get to dive into that with her today. We learn about her story, how this identity fraud happened, what type of food she would be if she had to choose one …
 
Cloud computing offers a business the prospect of efficiency and savings by improving data storage capabilities and outsourcing computing resources that a business need not build for itself. But when data moves to the cloud, does this raise new troubles and make legal compliance more difficult? Or can it minimize risk and increase compliance with a…
 
This week on Privacy Please we have the very down to earth, passionately facetious, Debbie Reynolds AKA The Data Diva. We talk about her story, how she become The Data Diva, privacy concerns and tips around facial recognition, photo access, clipboard issues, and we also find out Debbie has special Data Privacy powers with a hint of invisibility to …
 
On June 30, 2020 China enacted a National Security Law applicable in Hong Kong. The UK and USA governments reacted negatively, stoking fears that this could mean the end of the one-country-two systems concept. Front-page news abounds about the meaning, the reach, and the political implications.But what about business and normal life, about Hong Kon…
 
This week's episode we have Iliana Peters talking with Gabe, myself, and our very own Scott Giordano. We learn about Iliana's beginnings and how she became a shareholder at Polsinelli. The heart of our discussion dives into the biggest misunderstandings that both the public and other data protection professionals had about HIPAA before COVID hit, w…
 
On a brand new episode of Privacy Please we had the privilege of speaking with Sergeant First Class (SFC) Brittany Conley. Brittany currently serves as the Senior Recruiter, Team Lead for the South Carolina National Guard - recently graduated from Purdue University Global. I reached out to Brittany after her post on LinkedIn went viral with over 24…
 
In a highly anticipated decision, Europe's highest court decided July 16 that the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield agreement is invalid. The ruling will impact thousands of companies who'd used Privacy Shield to transfer data from the EU to the U.S. Additionally, the court decided to uphold another data transfer mechanism, standard contractual clauses, but w…
 
This week's episode of Privacy Please we welcome on the very funny and hardworking CEO, founder and mother, Regine Bonneau. We learn about her story, what privacy means to her company, growth plans, struggles, words of wisdom on being a woman in tech, and why giving up coffee is easier than a mystery item. Thank you for coming on the show Regine, t…
 
There's no shortage of tech companies and apps aiming to help thwart the spread of COVID-19, in addition to government efforts. But with so many different apps being deployed and so much sensitive data being swept up, is this one of those moments in time that we're putting safety ahead of privacy in ways that can't be undone? In this episode of The…
 
In this week's special, two-guest episode of Privacy Please, we invited on Dr. Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna (Senior Counsel) and Bob Eckman (CISO) of Kent State University. We learn about each of their stories, and how they landed where they are today. We then dissect an article Gabriela wrote called ‘GDPR - Analysis, and Guidance for US Higher Educatio…
 
Colombia made personal privacy a fundamental right in its 1991 Constitution. A 2008 law protected personal financial information, and in 2012 Colombia adopted Law 1581, a broad code across all sectors, modeled generally on the European/Iberian approach.Angela María Noguera Moreno, of counsel with the Colombian law firm of Vanegas Morales Consultore…
 
This week's episode of Privacy Please, Cam and Gabe have a serious, yet facetious back and forth with the man, the myth, the legend, Mr. James McQuiggan. We discuss his story and how he started out in working behind the scenes for theater, his journey to becoming an Advocate in Security, his spirit animal, and why Dr. Who is everything! Please enjo…
 
“You need the ability to look inside unstructured data and be able to be very smart about the way you look at it,” says Matthew Bernstein on this week’s episode of P3. During the episode Matthew dives into the particulars of the New York SHIELD Act, offering clarity to ambiguous terms within the law and giving tips for organizations struggling to a…
 
Recently, Jay Edelson and his team at Edelson PC have filed three different class-action lawsuits related to unwanted surveillance: One against security company ADT, one against a Chicago hospital and another against biometric start-up Clearview AI. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Edelson talks about why he chose to file the suits a…
 
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