Data Privacy Management: How to be a Good Steward

Data Privacy Management: How to be a Good Steward
September
9
Event type:
Online
Date:
September 9
Time
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Time zone:
America/New_York
Slide Deck:
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In this webinar, we discuss data privacy trends in regulation, practices, and automated control.

PLEASE NOTE: This webinar is not eligible for Continuing Professional Education credit.

With digital transformation being accelerated by the pandemic, enterprises are struggling to balance providing personalized services to consumers, while maintaining privacy. A survey conducted by IBM and Harris of 10,000 global consumers found that “75 percent will not buy a product from a company – no matter how great the products are – if they don’t trust the company to protect their data.” And with new digital models, firms are collecting private data more than ever before. 

Corporate initiatives around ESG, new and changing regulations such as GDPR and regional regulations from California to Australia, South Africa and beyond make it difficult to keep up with regulatory change. So how do you protect that data? How do you manage 3rd parties who are involved, such as contractors and temporary workers? How do you manage new information security and data governance concerns? In this webinar, we address these questions and more to help you improve your data privacy capabilities. 


Learning Objectives

  • Review changes in key data privacy regulations and trends
  • Define practices for instilling good stewardship of data
  • Learn how to gain a unified view of all of the private data assets being stored across their organization
  • Learn how to automate the reporting of personally identifiable information (PII) in order to improve accuracy and reduce audit times


Speakers

  • Michael Rasmussen, The GRC Pundit & Analyst, GRC 20/20 Research
  • Christophe Delaure, Senior Product Manager, OpenPages, IBM


PLEASE NOTE: This webinar is not eligible for Continuing Professional Education credit.

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