Understanding & Operationalizing Privacy by Design
Alfred Rossi Research Scientist
Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon Senior Privacy Counsel & Legal Engineer
Global interest in privacy has led to a recent explosion in privacy-centric legislation.
Consequently, organizations of all sizes find themselves in the difficult position of having to implement and maintain compliance with a host of complex regulations rife with regional peculiarities.
Privacy by Design (PbD), and its EU version, Data Protection by Design, aim to implement the strictest acceptable privacy controls from the outset. As such, PbD can be an effective starting-point for de-facto “common denominator” policies that are often compatible with a large number of privacy frameworks.
And yet, despite its potential, PbD receives scant attention. One reason for this may be the broad availability of rich technical information that can make nonexpert evaluation difficult.
Join us for this educational web conference while we unpack PbD, explain why it’s central to privacy regulations, such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation, and illustrate how it can be easily operationalized.
Potential audiences for this informational program include leaders focused on analytics, business intelligence, data science, data governance, and privacy operations management within their organizations.
Webinar hosted by Dave Cohen, Knowledge Manager at IAPP.