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For decades, information security functions have fought for the responsibility to monitor the flow of information through the organization, in paper and digital formats, throughout its entire life cycle, and to determine the existence and accuracy of data classification. This effort has largely been successful. However, if all data flows through security’s filters, it is incumbent upon security professionals to implement the proper controls to ensure personal data is properly collected for its intended use, either to own that responsibility or, at a minimum, to flag potential issues for compliance, marketing and privacy functions. These types of considerations are new to many in the security profession, and this situation is creating an environment rife with blind spots. In this session, we’ll explore the top blind spots and how to mitigate them. Be sure to join on Tuesday, January 31, 2017 at 1 ET.
Privacy and security have an interesting relationship, and policies and procedures are constantly evolving. In January, RSAConference.com will be featuring content focused on privacy and examining its connection to security.
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