January 17, 2019 Immuta Chief Privacy Officer and Legal Engineer Andrew Burt on the need to modernize data protection tools and strategies. Read the highlights and listen to the podcast here.
News Release: Immuta Expands Governance, Risk, and Compliance Expertise to Help Global Enterprises Build Legal and Ethical Data Science Programs
January 17, 2019 Former RBC Chief Operational Risk Officer Joins Immuta to Help Regulated Enterprises Transform GRC Into an Innovation Accelerant Read the full press release here.
January 14, 2019 The chief privacy officer and legal engineer of data management company Immuta said that this was only a recommendation and there will still need to be a final ruling by the court. Click here to read the full article.
January 3, 2019 Privacy will emerge as a top priority at the national level according to the folks at Immuta, a Washington D.C.-area company that develops software aimed at boosting privacy in AI. “We expect privacy to increase in importance in the new year, highlighting current efforts to create a single, national privacy standard in the U.S.,” Immuta CEO Matthew...
January 3, 2019 A look at what’s changing and what it means. [By Andrew Burt, Immuta Chief Privacy Officer and Legal Engineer] Click here to read the full article.
December 19, 2018 An opinion piece co-authored by Immuta’s Steve Touw (CTO) and Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon (Senior Privacy Counsel and Legal Engineer) Click here to read the full article.
December 18, 2018 Google’s controversial plan to build a censored Chinese search engine may be shelved, according to a report. The project sparked a backlash, both within and outside of the company. TheStreet.com asked Immuta Chief Privacy Officer Andrew Burt to weigh in. Read the full article here.
December 12, 2018 In this post, I share slides and notes from a keynote I gave at the Strata Data Conference in New York last September. As the data community begins to deploy more machine learning (ML) models, I wanted to review some important considerations. Read the full article here.