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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 practitioner 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 practitioner, data security officer or just interested in d ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
It’s easy to waste a lot of time and energy learning about Data Privacy on your own, especially if you find it complex and confusing. Jamal Ahmed, dubbed “The King of GDPR” by the BBC, interviews leading Privacy Pros and discusses topics businesses are struggling with each week and pulls back the curtain on the world of Data Privacy. Each episode contains powerful information to help you grow your knowledge, develop your understanding, and build a respectable career as a Privacy Pro. Deep di ...
 
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Opt-in Item 1 - Opt-in, Opt-out, SY - when it comes to Data Privacy Send us an email to podcast411@gmail.com or call us - 206-666-4357 Links: Privacy does really matter in Podcasting - https://podcast411.libsyn.com/privacy-does-really-matter-in-podcasting GDPR - Recital 30 "Natural persons may be associated with online identifiers provided by their…
 
Debbie Reynolds, "The Data Diva,” talks to Dawn Kristy, CEO of The Cyber Dawn and VP of Cyber Solutions a CyberArmada. We discuss her passion for cybersecurity, challenges in AI systems, her work on educating people about cybersecurity, the big targets and the most vulnerable in cyber attacks, the need for privacy and cybersecurity with those outsi…
 
This is a true story of a phone scam of May 2021. The Data Privacy Detective got a call on the home landline.This scam will succeed in stealing money from countless Americans. It’s targeted particularly at older people who dearly love their television, especially during pandemic times.You can see the tricks and traps in this scam. Of course, the be…
 
To continue The Data Privacy Podcast’s Leaders in Privacy Tech series, Tom is joined by John and Schena, the Co-Founders of Rita. Rita is on a mission to empower users and their data. They believe that users should be in control of the data they generate and be able to benefit from its value. The GDPR was a step in the right direction, that's why t…
 
In this action-packed episode, John Frushour, Deputy Chief Information Security Officer at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, shares his best frontline data stories. And data stories don't get any more frontline than his. From fighting the opioid crisis to the COVID-19 emergency in New York, John and his team accomplished superhuman achievements with …
 
There have been many news reports in the past several months about nation-state espionage, and in particular nation-state cyberthreats and cybersecurity warfare attacks. So, what exactly are nation-state cyberthreats? What countries are the sources of the cyberthreats? What countries are launching cyberattacks? Russia? China? The USA? Others? Who s…
 
This week on Privacy Please, we are honored with having the father and creator of Privacy Plan, ladies and gentlemen the guru in Data Privacy research, Mr. Jeff Jockisch. We talk about IoT devices, Data Brokers, Privacy on the Blockchain, legislation, Privacy laws, Privacy plan, Privacy research, police data accessibility project, and much more! Co…
 
This week on Privacy Please, we have the pleasure of speaking with Gina Taranto! Topics: Facing New Privacy Regulations Head-On. Consider protecting private data as analogous to protecting privilege during review to get organized and be prepared for future response. Contact info: gtaranto@prosearch.com Show Notes: https://www.prosearch.com/ https:/…
 
Welcome to episode six of More than a Refresh, with Joshua "JD" Drake. Listen in as he and Stephanie Kirmer, Senior Data Scientist at Saturn Cloud, discuss why human beings are always at the center of data, questioning "could" vs. "should," and why requiring a data scientist to have a PhD is "bananas."…
 
Al een hele tijd is er een enorme stijging van Android malware. Actuele cijfers van G DATA CyberDefense laten zien dat elke acht seconden een nieuwe Android app met malware wordt uitgebracht. In deze aflevering legt security evangelist Eddy Willems uit waarom er een toename is van deze vorm van malware, hoe cybercriminelen te werk gaan, hoe je het …
 
This week on Privacy Please we have the great pleasure of chatting with a very close friend of the show, the ever so entertaining, intelligent, irrationally exuberant, Mr, Jim Manico. We talk about Secure coding, what is Manicode Security, building modern secure applications, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, Google, privacy, teaching secure coding with …
 
Debbie Reynolds, "The Data Diva,” talks to Pedro Pavón, who works on Privacy, Fairness, and Data Policy, at Facebook. We discuss being authentic and experiences of being a person of color in the data privacy field, the vital human elements of privacy as it is thought of differently all over the world, the Netflix documentary Coded Bias featuring Dr…
 
This podcast episode explores ransomware from preventive, legal, and communications angles. While there’s no 100% effective vaccination against a ransomware attack, there are steps enterprises and each of us can take to beware, prepare, and take care.Ransomware. It’s the modern equivalent of kidnapping – except people aren’t grabbed and held hostag…
 
Tom is joined by Projjol Banerjea, the Co-Founder and CPO of Zeotap. Zeotap is a customer intelligence platform that helps companies better understand their customers and predict behaviors to invest in more meaningful experiences. They enable brands to build a nucleus of first party data to win new customers and to grow their loyal base.…
 
This week on Privacy Please we have a close friend of the podcast on to chat. He is roughly a 29 year veteran in Security, Mr. Larry Whiteside Jr! We talk about many things from his beginnings, how he has changed his response towards salespeople with zero research to educate with optimism and hope, ICMCP & the Ron G. Foundation to help build divers…
 
When it comes to individuals data privacy with GDPR and now 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 wit…
 
Debbie Reynolds "The Data Diva" talks to Carissa Véliz, Associate Professor, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute for Ethics in AI and Tutorial Fellow, Hertford College, University of Oxford, and author of "Privacy Is Power.” We discuss her concept of data havens, the success of her book “Privacy Is Power,” how Brexit affected her views on privacy, dat…
 
To continue The Data Privacy Podcast’s Leaders in Privacy Tech series, Tom is joined by Egil Bergenlind, the Founder and Privacy Hero Sidekick at DPOrganizer. DPOrganizer is a privacy SaaS company based out of Stockholm, Sweden, that aims to help privacy professionals and companies, in general, meet their GDPR compliance requirements.…
 
Welcome to episode five of More than a Refresh, with Joshua "JD" Drake. Listen in as he and Heimdall Data Founder, Erik Brandsberg, discuss demonstrating value to potential clients, visiting 40 countries in 40 years, and how automated caching and read/write split are really one in the same.
 
Debbie Reynolds, "The Data Diva,” talks to Kavya Pearlman, Founder, and CEO of XRSI, a Cyber Safety organization dedicated to Virtual Reality, Mixed Reality, Augmented Reality, etc. We discuss the XRSI Privacy Framework as it relates to Virtual and Mixed Reality, the ability to discuss Privacy with people at different tech levels, the different ski…
 
Ryan is a Senior Data Scientist at Spotify with extensive experience in developing great customer-centric products with the power of data. He is a data consultant and university lecturer, passionate about data science and understanding the business side of things. In this episode you will hear about: How to start building data infrastructure in you…
 
Iedereen kent ze wel: die 'Attentie! Whatsapp-buurtpreventie' borden. Buren die samen waken over de eigen buurt zodat er geen boeven met hun eigendommen vandoor gaan. Maar het is toch wel heel wrang dat op het moment dat brave burgers elkaar appen over het ongure sujet in de straat, WhatsApp stiekem data van diezelfde brave burgers ontfutselt. Dat …
 
Ever Wondered What It's Like At PrivacyPro's Academy? We speak to Zainab Mahmood, Privacy Pro Accelerator Mentee who reveals all. Zainab shares her experience of the Privacy Pro Accelerator Programme and the highs and lows of her journey so far towards building a successful, meaningful and rewarding career in Data Privacy. Zainab reveals what it's …
 
Dit jaar moeten veel organisaties een zogenaamde Wpg-audit uitvoeren. Wie moeten dat doen? Wat is het eigenlijk? Wat is de deadline voor deze audit? In deze uitzending verkent Marius van Rijswijk samen met Kim van Zon en Arjen van Nes het antwoord op deze vragen. Ook krijgt u meer inzicht in de scheidslijn tussen de AVG en de Wpg en de 'twee petten…
 
This week on Privacy Please, we are graced by the one and only Gilbert Hill, Technologist, Entrepreneur, Head of Strategy at Tapmydata & the latest Advisor at The Rise of Privacy Tech! We talk about so many fantastic topics around the revolution of cookies, blockchain, new regulations like the digital markets act in Europe, behavioral advertising, …
 
To continue The Data Privacy Podcast’s Leaders in Privacy Tech series, Tom is joined by Caroline McCaffery and George Rosamond, the Co-Founders of ClearOPS. ClearOPS provides automated privacy and security questionnaires, as well as vendor management solutions.Tom McNamara
 
Debbie Reynolds "The Data Diva" talks to Avishai Ostrin, Senior Privacy Consultant at PrivacyTeam. We discuss the strength of Data Privacy protections in Israel compared to the EU and in Multi-National Corporations, the retention period for data in different areas of the world, experience discussing Data Privacy with the average person, the impact …
 
To continue The Data Privacy Podcast’s Leaders in Privacy Tech series, Tom is joined by Jen House, the Founder and Managing Director of OnTrackGDPR. OnTrackGDPR is a software platform that makes it easy for SMEs to set up, manage and share Records of Processing Activities documentation in accordance with EU and UK GDPR.…
 
Laura Linkomies talks to two privacy experts, Marta Dunphy-Moriel, Partner at Deloitte, and Alexander Dittel, Associate Director at Deloitte about privacy issues with adtech. Learn what companies using adtech can do to be transparent and comply with the UK Data Protection Act.Privacy Laws & Business
 
This week on Privacy Please we are joined by the very intelligent, product lead at Oasis Labs, Mr. Luca Cosentino. We learn about Luca's beginnings, the various stops along the way before ending up at Oasis Labs, and what has shaped him here today. Some of the main topics we discuss are privacy product development, using crypto to take back our pri…
 
Paul Katzoff, Tech Support turned CEO of Data Privacy SaaS, shares why Data Privacy is the hottest industry to get into right now. Paul shares with you how he went from Tech Support to CEO of WhiteCanyon Software, his Secrets to Success and how you too can Launch, Progress and Excel your career as a PrivacyPro. Paul has over 12 years experience in …
 
De wereld werd onlangs opgeschrikt door enkele beveiligingslekken in Microsoft Exchange. De e-mail software die door miljoenen organisaties over de hele wereld wordt gebruikt, zorgde de afgelopen tijd voor heel wat drukte bij de IT-afdelingen. Zowel in Nederland als België zijn er inmiddels tal van organisaties slachtoffer geworden. In deze aflever…
 
Debbie Reynolds "The Data Diva" talks to Sanna Toropainen, Co-Founder of Muna.io involved with systems that facilitate ethical data collection and data monetization. We discuss the idea of finding the middle ground between consumers and businesses on privacy, data privacy as property law and data ownership, transparency and data exchange with busin…
 
In 2021 there have been at least 253 voting bills proposed in at least 43 US states. These bills are restricting voting methods, times, and even criminalizing such practices as the provision of food and drink to those who are in waiting line for hours to vote. All due to “concerns about voter fraud,” even though hundreds of audits, hundreds of ball…
 
Janus was the Roman god of doors, gates, and transitions. He needed two faces to look in both directions - life and death, past and future. Internet browsers allow us to access and gaze across the internet, but at the same time, they are watching us, recording what we do while browsing.True, browsers do not charge us for their services – browsing i…
 
Punit Bhatia was the Privacy and Protection Officer at ING and has tons of experience in managing privacy and data protection in large international environments. In this episode, Punit shares his best strategic advice for those looking to strategize privacy in their organization. You will hear about: the three biggest privacy challenges for enterp…
 
You Need To Differentiate Yourself From The Rest! Privacy SaaS Data Privacy Pro, Alex Fetani, reveals why he ditched his career as Paralegal to become a PrivacyPro. He shares what it's really like working for the fastest-growing company in the world and the first Data Privacy company to be valued over a billion dollars. Alex shares his personal exp…
 
To continue The Data Privacy Podcast’s Leaders in Privacy Tech series, Tom is joined by Shoshana Rosenberg, the Founder of SafePorter. SafePorter provides a means to isolate and protect identity characteristics that organizations are seeking to better track diversity.Tom McNamara
 
This week on Privacy Please Podcast, Gabe and Cam talk with a very good partner, friend, and managing director at FTI Consulting, Mr. Ryan Smyth! We dive into his past and how he started out, what privacy means personally, #NIST, #GAPP, Challenges for companies implementing a privacy plan, the new Virginia Privacy Act #VCDPA, why he's rocking his s…
 
Debbie Reynolds "The Data Diva" talks to Jay Glasgow, Founding Partner of the Privacy Co-op and Information Rights executive. We discuss laws related to data privacy and the connection to identity, the U.S. regulatory laws related to privacy, U.S. privacy law vs. publicity law vs. contractual law, the work of authorized agents to protect legal righ…
 
To continue The Data Privacy Podcast’s Leaders in Privacy Tech series, Tom is joined by Jeremy McGee, the VP of Solutions Architecture at LeapYear Technologies. LeapYear is the world's first platform for differentially private reporting, analytics, and machine learning, embedding mathematically proven privacy into every statistic, computation, and …
 
This week on Privacy Please we have another fellow podcaster, author, data privacy manager, and a man of many talents, Mr. Punit Bhatia! We talk about his story, why he started Fit4Privacy, the podcast, his many helpful books on GDPR, Privacy, and much more! Please enjoy this light-hearted conversation, there's a chance you may spit out your drink …
 
Simply Passing an Exam Isn’t Enough - You Need to S.K.A.T.E! Leading HealthTech Data Privacy Pro, Hayley Jaffrey, is living proof that you can change your career and live a life of abundance. Hayley explains why it’s so important to go beyond passing an exam and really Earn Your Stripes to achieve success as a PrivacyPro by implementing her proven …
 
Debbie Reynolds "The Data Diva" talks to Jennifer Mailander, Deputy General Counsel, Data Privacy & Cybersecurity at Fannie Mae. We discuss the emergence of data privacy as an industry and distinct discipline, the impact of Covid-19 on data privacy in businesses, the impact of CCPA on businesses outside of California, the importance of networking o…
 
Facial recognition. It’s a hot topic. Targeting, misidentification, and doxing - the dangers are real. So are the benefits – finding criminals and solving crimes, searching for relatives and old friends, researching history, conducting social research, sharing with friends over a lifetime.Kashmir Hill’s penetrating cover article in the March 21, 20…
 
Tom is joined by Paul Saunders and Byron Shirley, the co-founders of The Compliance Space and Black Penny Consulting. The Compliance Space is a GDPR compliance software that makes it easy for organizations of all sizes to track, monitor, and audit their GDPR compliance.Tom McNamara
 
This week on Privacy Please we are joined by the one and only Lodrina Cherne, a forensics and computer security guru! This episode really hit home for us. Please enjoy this awesome conversation involving random banter, humor, deep conversations around what privacy means, how Lodrina started out, policies, Cybereason, Apple's warrant canary, WWE, PG…
 
Welcome to episode four of More than a Refresh, with Joshua "JD" Drake. Listen in as he discusses Open Source licensing, "humble" drivers, photography, and the nature of adapt or die with Daniele Varrazzo, Creator of Python Driver Psycopg3.
 
You Don't Need A Legal Background To Get Into Data Privacy! Recently appointed Data Privacy Advisor, Emma Godfree, is living proof that you don't need a legal background to change your career and make it as a PrivacyPro. Emma shares how she secured her first role in Data Privacy with a leading UK estate agent despite having no previous experience a…
 
Debbie Reynolds "The Data Diva" talks to Jeff Jockisch, the CEO and Data Privacy Researcher at Privacy Plan and Curator of the Global Data Privacy Podcast Database. We discuss his detailed list of over 70 global data podcasts and episodes, linguistics of how people talk about privacy, the taxonomy of data privacy podcast topics, understanding data …
 
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