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A podcast about data and data privacy from a tech startup, MOSTLY AI. We will bring you exciting and inspiring stories from the frontiers of data and privacy management. Think AI, fairness, privacy-compliance, synthetic data, data literacy, and more. Hosted by Jeffrey H. Dobin, synthetic data expert, and Alexandra Ebert, Chief Trust Officer. If you have any suggestions or questions, send a voice recording or an email to podcast@mostly.ai!
 
Debbie Reynolds of “The Data Diva Talks Podcast” provides wide-ranging discussion topics with leaders worldwide about data privacy topics that impact businesses. This podcast explores data and emerging technologies, international laws and regulations, data ethics, individual privacy rights, and future trends. Debbie Reynolds, the Founder, CEO, and Chief Data Privacy Officer of Debbie Reynolds Consulting is a world-renowned technologist, thought-leader, and advisor to Multinational Corporatio ...
 
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Data Privacy Detective

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Data Privacy Detective

Joe Dehner - Global Data Privacy Lawyer

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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 ...
 
When it comes to individuals data privacy with GDPR and iOS 14.5 it has become an Opt-in world. Regardless of what the laws are - the only ethical way to track and store private information on individuals is via the Opt-in. We will cover the latest laws and technical issues that relate to Data Privacy and point out those that are not acting with the individuals best intentions. There are those that look at privacy laws and rules as "roadblocks" to get around and/or think Opt-out is an option ...
 
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My Precious Data

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My Precious Data

G DATA CyberDefense

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De podcast van G DATA waar een beeld wordt geschetst van de cyberdelicten en incidenten binnen onze samenleving. In deze serie gaan we in gesprek met Eddy Willems, Security Evangelist, geven we inzicht in de laatste security trends en bespreken we de preventieve maatregelen die genomen kunnen worden om cybercrime te voorkomen. Deze podcast geeft de echte waarheid weer over de vele cybergevaren die dagelijks op ons afkomen. Malware, spam, phishing, hacking, APT's, privacy, IoT en de gevaren e ...
 
There are more information security and privacy threats than ever before. As more technologies emerge, more surveillance tactics are used, and more artificial intelligence systems are deployed, cybersecurity and privacy risks grow exponentially. Rebecca has spent her entire career working to improve information security and privacy protections, by not only raising awareness of the issues within businesses and other types of organizations, but also by raising the awareness of these risks in t ...
 
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The Privacy Advisor Podcast

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The Privacy Advisor Podcast

Jedidiah Bracy, IAPP Editorial Director

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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 70,000 ...
 
More than a Refresh is a new podcast dedicated to learning about data and the people behind it through lively conversation, diverse topics, and engaging guest speakers. We explore professional trends within the ecosystem including trouble spots, privacy, equity, democratization, and future directions. Listen wherever you get your podcasts.
 
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Toekomstmuziek

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Toekomstmuziek

AG Connect, hét grootste onafhankelijke IT-vakplatform in Nederland

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Welke innovaties of IT-ontwikkelingen staan op het punt van doorbreken? En wat kunnen we daarvan verwachten in de praktijk? Daarover gaat de redactie van IT-vakplatform AG Connect elke drie weken in gesprek met onderzoekers, wetenschappers en professionals uit de praktijk.
 
Are you a business leader? Are you a privacy leader? This podcast will help you with insights into the world of privacy by understanding how influencers are thinking about privacy in business, innovation, and new technologies. You will learn by listening to fellow industry experts and influencers. This podcast is ranked in Top #5 amongst GDPR podcasts by https://blog.feedspot.com/gdpr_podcasts/ If you have suggestions, email hello@fit4privacy.com Visit us at www.fit4privacy.com for courses a ...
 
By the time the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) goes into effect on January 1, 2023, employers doing business in California will be required to implement a broad privacy and information security compliance program for the personal information of employees, independent contractors, and job applicants who reside in California. The Littler CPRA Podcast Series is designed to help covered employers attain a basic understanding of their compliance obligations. This series also will examine up ...
 
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Take an organizational deep-dive into the topic of responsible AI with Maria Axente, PwC's Responsible AI lead! You'll hear lots of hands-on advice for decision makers looking to make their company's AI adoption a success from hiring decisions, organizational structures and the new AI mindset of pause and reflect.…
 
Punit is joined by Mariane ter Veen for profound conversation about data privacy and sovereignty. Mariane imparted a lot of knowledge in this podcast on how people look or perceived data sovereignty. She gives us an idea of how important our decisions are when providing our data to certain organizations. Mariane ter Veen is director, lead data shar…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Peter Barbosa, CEO of Opsware Data. We discuss the importance of digital Data Mapping, data flows in cross-functional uses, regulatory fines for data privacy breaches and misunderstandings, the importance of having a data retention plan to mitigate risk, the challenges of rapidly increasing third-party risk,…
 
This week on Privacy Please, the gang has the honor of interviewing, Lydia Knab, Global Data Privacy Officer! We discuss a wide array of topics around Privacy and learn from her very interesting story that found her way into the big world of Pharma. Mini CV on Lydia: Swiss, Hungarian, and German national – moved to the US less than a year ago (yes,…
 
We turn to Russia in our data localization series. Russia’s 2015 personal data protection law requires “data operators” to collect and keep information about Russian residents within Russia. It forces them to keep personal data about its citizens on a Russian located server, which must at all times keep at least as much data as is kept on a company…
 
The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recently announced they are requiring critical US airport operators, passenger aircraft operators, and all-cargo aircraft operators to designate cybersecurity coordinators, and to report cyber incidents to the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). Lower-level transportation orga…
 
USB-sticks zorgen ervoor dat wij altijd en overal toegang hebben tot belangrijke informatie, kopieën kunnen maken of bestanden verder kunnen bewerken. Op die manier neemt de efficiëntie en de productiviteit toe. Deze grenzeloze flexibiliteit en mobiliteit brengen echter ook de nodige cyberrisico’s met zich mee. Met regelmaat maken media melding van…
 
This week on Privacy Please, we have a holiday blogcast for you about the FBI and CISA warning that critical infrastructure could be attacked over the holidays. Article credit: Silicon Angle by: Duncan Riley Also mentioned: James McQuiggan and Chris Clements Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
 
In this episode of the Fit4Privacy Podcast, Punit is joined by Mariane ter Veen for a deep and profound conversation about matters of privacy and data sovereignty. In this conversation, Mariane shares board level perspective on how organizations should see data sovereignty in a bigger picture. She provides examples that organizations can implement …
 
Cybersecurity is inextricably connected to privacy in countless ways. Like privacy law and regulation in the U.S., cybersecurity stands on a patchwork quilt of rules, laws, regulations and court cases. Stanford Cyber Policy Center Senior Policy Advisor Jim Dempsey has been teaching cybersecurity law since 2015 and worked in the area for decades, wh…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Wayne Cleghorn, Chief Executive Officer & Practice Director at PrivacySolved. We discuss his Data Privacy origins in law and background in biotech ethics, the exploration of privacy need to yield practical results, clarifying the cultural implications and differences between Data Privacy versus Data Protecti…
 
In this episode, Lucy Kind interviews Aza Raskin, the co-founder of the Center for Humane Technology, and the co-founder and executive director of the Earth Species Project. Aza grew up in Silicon Valley (his father started the Macintosh project at Apple) and began his career at Mozilla where he was the inventor of the infinite scroll. Lucy asks hi…
 
Clara is a director at IEEE, the world's largest technical organization founded by Tesla and Edison more than 100 years ago. Today, she is working on developing an ethically aligned design framework to help companies develop safe and effective AI systems. Listen to the 20th episode of the Data Democratization Podcast to find out what the difference…
 
Punit is joined by Kelly Finnerty for a conversation on why it is important to protect privacy. She talks about taking individual responsibility like using private search and email. She also shares her ideas on how you can protect privacy. Kelly emphasizes that it is very important to understand your choices and be responsible for them. Kelly Finne…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Chris Roberts, a Cybersecurity Luminary, Advisor, Researcher, Hacker, Chief Geek at the Hillbilly Hit Squad. We discuss his top concerns about cybersecurity in organizations, the good and bad things about data silos, businesses respecting the rights of individuals, misconceptions in media about hackers, how …
 
Blockchain was een lange tijd een grote hype: ieder bedrijf dat hip wilde lijken of mee wilde komen in de markt, leek een blockchain-oplossing te bedenken. Inmiddels is de hype voorbij, maar de technologie is nog steeds nuttig voor allerlei toepassingen. Dus hoe ziet de toekomst van blockchain eruit? Sprekers: Redacteur Eveline Meijer van AG Connec…
 
Welcome to episode 12 of More Than a Refresh, where JD sits down with Geoffrey Gill, President, Shimmer Americas and Co-Founder at The Open Wearables Initiative (OWEAR). Listen in as they discuss proactive health management, the line between user privacy and effective wearables, magic vs. math in neuromarketing, and the necessity of peer review.…
 
In this episode of the FIT4PRIVACY Podcast, Punit is joined by Kelly Finnerty for an open and candid conversation about protecting people's right to protect their privacy. The conversation dives into how search engines collect personal data and the concept of private search engines helping individuals protect privacy. KEY CONVERSATION POINTS What i…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Demeka Fields, Counsel, Global Sports Marketing, Data Privacy at New Balance. We discuss her journey into privacy from the Minnesota Vikings to New Balance, our collaboration together via Ironclad, law schools and educating about technology, third-party data risk, the path from digital transformation to digi…
 
In this episode, Alexandra Ebert, MOSTLY AI's chief trust officer will be talking to one of the founders and the chief data scientist of MOSTLY AI. If you are looking to get a behind-the-scenes view of how data privacy is implemented in practice, you are in the right place! You won't need a math Ph.D. to finally understand how privacy is measured a…
 
This week on Privacy Please, the gang is back! They welcome another great guest and conversation with the CEO at IDX, Mr. Tom Kelly! Main Topics: Digital dependency Growing privacy concerns around smart devices (i.e. Alexa, etc.) Tom's Story 2022 Privacy and Security predictions Data of the people and much more! Bio: Tom Kelly is president and CEO …
 
Scot shares a lot of his experience on how he learns to see the impact of protecting the data, letting the patient be informed of their right to act out from sharing their data and the value of participating within the data exchange program. How data exchanges safely and accurately and it begins with building trust and relationship and setting thos…
 
In Episode 10, Dr. David Bray brings us on a journey into the future of privacy, from ransomware to sith lords. David is a distinguished fellow at the Atlantic Council as well as the Stimson Center, and principal at LeadDoAdapt Ventures. David began working for the government at age 15 and has an impressive range of expertise including cybersecurit…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Jimmy Sanders, Information Security, Netflix, and San Francisco Bay Area Chapter President of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) since 2014. We discuss our mutual involvement in the Tech Cares initiative (led by Lan Jenson, CEO of CyberTrust America) to help small businesses with digital tra…
 
In this second podcast episode about data localization, we spotlight India. Since 1993 the world’s largest democracy has enacted data localization laws aiming to keep certain personal records within India or otherwise restrict data transfers of Indians’ personal data. When in 2017 the Indian Supreme Court found personal privacy to be a fundamental …
 
Door data te delen kunnen ziekenhuizen nog betere zorg aanbieden en worden vliegtuigen nog veiliger. Maar, strikte wetgeving maakt datadelen vaak lastig. Gelukkig zijn er initiatieven die veilig en privacy-vriendelijk datadelen mogelijk maken. Sprekers: Sjoerd Hartholt van AG Connect gaat in gesprek met Willem Koeman, één van de oprichters van AMdE…
 
Welcome to episode 11 of More Than a Refresh, where JD sits down with Altinity CEO, Robert Hodges. Listen in as they discuss user friendliness vs. engineering correctness, high speed compression, and why any organization's greatest asset is its people.
 
In this episode of the FIT4PRIVACY Podcast, Punit is joined by Scot Walker for a conversation about how important privacy is across different industries especially within the health care sector. Privacy really drives how we treat consumers and is very much focused on keeping data safe, timely and usable. KEY CONVERSATION POINTS GDPR In One Word is …
 
Keeping in mind that the compliance date of the California Privacy Rights Act is not until January 1, 2023, what are steps employers can take now? Denver Shareholders Zoe Argento and Philip Gordon, also Co-Chairs of Littler’s Privacy Practice, discuss building your CPRA compliance team, data retention, vendor management and watching for other state…
 
Heb je een sms’je ontvangen met daarin een vreemde link? Wees dan alert! Cybercriminelen versturen valse sms-berichten in grote aantallen. Vooral het afgelopen jaar zagen we een grote opleving. In grote mate werden er nep sms-berichten verstuurd die zogenaamd afkomstig waren van bijvoorbeeld postbedrijven (Bpost en PostNl), de belastingdienst of de…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Davi Ottenheimer VP, Trust, and Digital Ethics Technologist, Inrupt. We discuss our lack of preparedness for the future of AI and technology, ethics inAI, AI errors have no redress, correct balance between law and technology, difficulty in crafting a US Federal Data Privacy law, individual agency with identi…
 
In episode 9, Henry Holtzman interviews Alex Feerst, who served as head of trust and safety at Medium and general counsel at Neuralink. Currently, he is the CEO of Murmuration Labs and also sits on the board of the MobileCoin Foundation. Alex shares why the backstage should be front and center, explaining Erving Goffman's fantastic "backstage" meta…
 
This week on Privacy Please - Breaking news, we dive into an analysis of the top-50 multiparty attacks over the past decade finds that nation-state-linked hackers focused on disruption and using stolen credentials cause the most damage. Robert Lemos, Contributing Writer - https://www.darkreading.com/attacks-breaches/damages-escalate-rapidly-in-mult…
 
Punit is joined by Michael Levitt for a conversation about burnout and how it will be in relation to privacy. In this episode we will learn a lot of things on how we Identify if we are already being burned out. He discusses specifical the experience of different privacy professionals that come to a point where being burned out makes the whole work …
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Kurt Cagle, CEO Semantical, LLC, Editor in Chief of The Cagle Report, Community Editor, Data Science Central. We discuss his background in technology, what is the Semantic web,how the semantic web will change computing, Data Privacy and the rights of the individual, problems with search and image recognition…
 
The internet and the worldwide web – the words envision a global communications system that transcends national borders. But the reality differs. Is it increasingly the splinternet? Is www really a series of webs that don’t connect globally? And how is our privacy affected by data fences and controls erected by nations?In this first of a series, we…
 
Philip Gordon and Zoe Argento, shareholders in Littler’s Denver office, are joined by Kwabena Appenteng, shareholder in Littler’s Chicago office, to discuss new vendor contracting issues related to the CPRA. Kwabena addresses both requirements and recommendations for provisions to be included in the necessary addenda to vendor or service agreements…
 
Lisa Palmer is the chief technical advisor of Splunk, the popular data platform designed to remove barriers between data and action. Besides working for Splunk, she is a university professor, a podcast host, and an author. She spent years at Microsoft, Gartner, and Teradata, building up her unique perspective on data and technology-related business…
 
In this episode of the FIT4PRIVACY Podcast, Punit is joined by Michael Levitt for a conversation about the burnout and how it would be related in the context of privacy. Michael shares his experience of having the feeling of burning out, how he discovered how to make it as a career , and what privacy professionals need to do to avoid situations lik…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to, Masheika Allgood Founder and CEO of AllAI Consulting, LLC and AI Ethicist. We discuss her talent of highlighting the impact of AI and algorithms on humans, the mythical idea of AI versus the reality of AI, assumptions, and inferences that can be problematic with AI, Bias in AI, the tension between technolog…
 
Welcome to episode ten of More Than a Refresh, where JD sits down with Jim Mlodgenski, Principal Engineer at Amazon Web Services. Listen in as these two old friends discuss the ins and outs of VC funding, why databases must evolve to meet the needs of more complex data, and why community is vital to the Open Source ecosystem.…
 
In episode 8, MobileCoin's head of business development Brady Forrest interviews Jillian York. Jillian is the Director for International Freedom of Expression at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and she just wrote a new book called Silicon Values: The Future of Free Speech Under Surveillance Capitalism. Brady and Jillian discuss why companies li…
 
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