The Future of Data Protection: Adapting to the Privacy Imperative


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Organizations are grappling with complex ethical and competitive imperatives associated with getting privacy right, impacted by competing global regulations and high-profile incidents that have made consumers reconsider how much data they want to share with businesses. This session will explore the future of privacy, in which personal data has become a currency, exploring who owns the data and who controls its flow and use.

Learning Objectives:
1: Explore and understand the responses to privacy from major organizations.
2: Learn the management processes used to mitigate privacy risks.
3: Learn what future privacy issues are likely to drive organizational behavior in the coming months.

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J. Trevor Hughes

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President & CEO, IAPP

Kalinda Raina

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Senior Director, Head of Global Privacy, LinkedIn

Ruby Zefo

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Chief Privacy Officer, Uber

Privacy

social engineering practitioner perspectives privacy governance risk & compliance GDPR


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