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A podcast about data innovation, regulations and data privacy. 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 Alexandra Ebert, MOSTLY AI's 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 worldwide leaders about data privacy 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 Corporations for ...
 
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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Divya Dwivedi, Data Ethics & Privacy Advocate, a practicing advocate at the Supreme Court of India. We discuss her diverse interests in law and technology, her interest in privacy, the influence of India in privacy as the world’s largest democracy, the difference between privacy as a fundamental human right …
 
Omer Tene is a well-known data privacy expert, who led the International Association of Privacy Professionals for years. He has a deep and global understanding of data privacy legilsations as they stand in 2022 and has a pretty good grasp on the trends and about the way things are likely to evolve globally. Tune in to learn about the latest news on…
 
Through a new cybersecurity regulation, businesses in India will have six hours to report cyberattacks to the government, pursuant to a regulation that comes into force at the end of June 2022. On April 28, 2022, the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team – CERT – part of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, announced regulation…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Andrea Amico, Founder & CEO, Privacy4Cars. We discuss his journey into the Data Privacy industry and his knowledge of personally identifiable data captured by cars, the enormous volume of data that cars transmit and retain about the automotive operator, how data of individuals can benefit companies who sell …
 
Japan is a major U.S. ally commercially and otherwise. What is the Japanese approach to personal data privacy, and how does it differ from the U.S.’s privacy culture?Erik Jacobs addresses the differences in how privacy is conceived and addressed in Japan in contrast to the complex U.S. system that has no overarching federal law about how our person…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Alexander Hanff, Managing Director at Hanff & Co AB. We discuss his data protection and technology expertise and journey to his career, the impact of technologies on society and individuals, a fulsome overview of ePrivacy directive and pending EU regulation related to data, the difficulty of individuals unde…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Abimbola Adegbite, Application Security Thought Leader at Jane.app. We discuss his journey into technology and his role at Jane.app, the importance of organizations understanding cybersecurity, his concerns about Data Privacy and Cybersecurity within organizations, the public misperception of hackers and the…
 
Ville Sointu is leading the Emerging Technologies team at one of Europe's biggest banks, Nordea. In this episode, he shares his advice and insights about adopting new technologies in famously conservative financial environments. Ville is also a host of the podcast entitled Fintech Daydreaming where he covers fintech topics with his guests from the …
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Hitoshi Kokumai, Founder and Chief Architect at Mnemonic Identity Solutions Limited. We discuss his interest in digital identity and Data Privacy, , his work with the Japanese Ministry of Defense on identity systems, how deep episodic memories are a superior solution for the weakness of passwords alone, how …
 
Blockchain. Does it protect personal privacy? Is it a tool that can evade the law? How should we think about the relationship between blockchain technology and individual privacy?In this first of a series of podcast episodes about blockchain and privacy, we turn our spotlight on the first use of U.S. Government sanctions against a cryptocurrency mi…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Heidi Saas, H.T. Saas, LLC, Data Privacy and Technology Attorney. We discuss her journey into Data Privacy as a lawyer interested in US government policy and technology, Data Privacy concerns in the digital age, the business value of Data Privacy, the emerging challenges of third-party risk, the need for pro…
 
In this episode we talked to a prominent scientist from the data privacy field, Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye. He is an assistant professor at the Imperial College London, leading the Computational Privacy Group. A lot of fascinating privacy questions came up about behavioral data, k-anonymity, differential privacy and meaningless privacy guarantees t…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Cillian Kieran, Founder & CEO, Ethyca. We discuss his career journey and background in software engineering, his data interest and transition to a company that helps companies manage data while accounting for the obligations that organizations have to regulators and individuals, the lack of understanding abo…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Dr. Nicol Turner Lee Senior Fellow, Center for Technology Innovation, The Brookings Institution. We discuss this issue of the Digital Divide, her upcoming book, “The Digital Invisible: How the Internet is Creating the New Underclass”, her career path lead to her work at the Brookings Institution, the lack of…
 
A lot of news has been released lately about the Dirty Pipe vulnerability in the Linux OS. How is this related to UNIX? Listen in to hear Rik Farrow, the world’s most experienced and knowledgeable expert on UNIX and Linux, explain! Rik will provide his advice about careers in UNIX and Linux security, and answer a wide range of questions Rebecca has…
 
Japan’s Act on the Protection of Personal Information (APPI) becomes effective on April 1, 2022. The APPI strengthens the country’s comprehensive personal data privacy code and affects all businesses that collect or process personal information of Japanese residents.Yugo Nagashima of Frost Brown Todd LLC explores four key developments that affect g…
 
Japan’s Act on the Protection of Personal Information (APPI) becomes effective on April 1, 2022. The APPI strengthens the country’s comprehensive personal data privacy code and affects all businesses that collect or process personal information of Japanese residents.Yugo Nagashima of Frost Brown Todd LLC explores four key developments that affect g…
 
Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva”, talks to Adrian Van Rossum, Founder, Simple Analytics. We discuss his early Webmaster experience and the realization that the Internet can be a data privacy risk, the implication of the recent EU ruling on Google Analytics and data transfer to the US, data transfer without the knowledge of the individual, how fonts…
 
The recently announced Transatlantic Data Privacy Framework will foster data flows between the US and the EU, addressing the concerns raised by the Schrems II. decision. The US-made an unprecedented commitment to strengthen the privacy protection applicable to US signals intelligence activities within the new framework. New safeguards will be imple…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Robin Meyer, General Counsel at TokenEx. We discuss her passion for privacy and emphasis on it for General Counsels, what tokenization is and how TokenEx leverages this technology, the advantage of tokenization regarding data classification, tokenization can protect sensitive data, her current concerns about…
 
The data protection laws of the European Union require many European and other companies holding or processing personal information of EU residents to appoint a Data Protection Officer – a DPO. This role creates a triangle of DPO duties – with responsibilities to the individuals whose personal information is at stake, to the company the DPO serves,…
 
Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva,” talks to Nishant Bhajaria, Director of Privacy Engineering at Uber, and Author of the book titled Data Privacy: A runbook for engineers. We discuss his operational focus on Data Privacy, the large gap between operational and legal Data Privacy and the need for collaboration between them, the shift from precedent to…
 
We talked to an amazingly experienced and visionary test engineer to find out all about her challenges and inspirations. Alexandra and Maaret covered a lot of ground in the testing landscape, from everyday testing challenges to best practices and to visions of the future. According to Maaret, testing is about breaking illusions and we couldn't agre…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Zach Warren, Editor-in-Chief at Legaltech News. We discuss his journey from journalism into legal technology news, expanding legal technology coverage to include voices in all areas of legal technology, the rapid advancements in legal technology due to cloud computing, the shift to technology becoming a majo…
 
There have been many reports about over-the-road trucking delays causing problems throughout the full supply chain and delaying deliveries of critical products throughout all industries. However, what about the cybersecurity and privacy risks within the transportation industry? There has been little, if any, thoughtful public discussion of the wide…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Johnny Ryan, Senior Fellow at Irish Council for Civil Liberties, and Open Markets Institute. We discuss his early learning experiences in online publishing and the internet, holding organizations accountable for compliance with GDPR, explaining how ads on the internet work to policy makers and the role of en…
 
What does it take to create effective digital policies? Why does the AI Act only go half-way - and what else needs to happen to ensure meaningful regulation of AI? How could the EU and the US overcome the challenges of negotiating transatlantic dataflows? And why should the EU might consider to stop relying on the Brussels Effect and instead get do…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Tansie Iwafuchi, Export Compliance Manager, Global Trade, Splunk, a subject matter expert in Global Trade Compliance, Export Control Regulations, and Encryption. We discuss what are “Export Controls” and why they are important, data flow and export controls, technologies that can use specific information may…
 
Hacking – it gets a bad rap. For good reason. It’s associated with bad actors who infiltrate an IT system and steal organizational and personal information for criminal purposes. But hacking is simply an activity. Ethical hacking is a means for companies and people to test their data systems and avoid bad actors from getting into them. Ethical hack…
 
Hacking – it gets a bad rap. For good reason. It’s associated with bad actors who infiltrate an IT system and steal organizational and personal information for criminal purposes. But hacking is simply an activity. Ethical hacking is a means for companies and people to test their data systems and avoid bad actors from getting into them. Ethical hack…
 
Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva,” talks to Ralph O’Brien, Founder, and CEO of Reinbo Consulting Ltd., the United Kingdom. We discuss his journey into Data Privacy, the most surprising thing in Data Protection and Data Privacy since GDPR was enacted, the need for a multidisciplinary approach to Data Protection, his primary concern about Data Protect…
 
India is about to enact a far-reaching Data Privacy Law. Expected to be passed by April 2022 and in force as early as 1st quarter 2023, it represents a far-reaching comprehensive approach based on but extending beyond the model of the European Union’s GDPR. It would govern not only personal information but how non-personal data is collected and pro…
 
Quantum computing – some view its emergence as heralding the end of data privacy. It threatens to penetrate encryption used in conventional computing to give hackers ready access to digital data. What will quantum computing mean for our privacy and the digital world? And what can we do to defend against its perils?Our guest is Ken Morris, CEO of Kn…
 
India is about to enact a far-reaching Data Privacy Law. Expected to be passed by April 2022 and in force as early as 1st quarter 2023, it represents a far-reaching comprehensive approach based on but extending beyond the model of European Union’s GDPR. It would govern not only personal information but how non-personal data is collected and process…
 
What's synthetic data's future, and what's behind the synthetic data hype? This episode is all about synthetic data. We spoke to Tobi Hann, CEO of MOSTLY AI, the world's leading synthetic data company about the opportunities and challenges surrounding this important data tool. MOSTLY AI's recent Series B funding round is the biggest investment for …
 
Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva,” talks to Oana (Stere) Ducuță, Data Protection Officer, Verifone eCommerce (Romania). We discuss her journey into Data Privacy, the importance of the EU’s 1995 Data Directive, being in Data Privacy before GDPR, common misconceptions about Data Protection, data protection policies in organizations that manage consume…
 
Synthetic data has increasingly been in the news in recent years. It is being used for many purposes, such as training artificial intelligence (AI) models, and for more thoroughly testing software. It is also being described as a new type of privacy enhancing technology (PET). In what other ways is synthetic data being used? Do data protection regu…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Ryan Carrier, Founder, and CEO of For Humanity. We discuss his journey to “For Humanity” from finance, regulation in finance and privacy, the challenge of the digital divide in privacy, AI and the Metaverse, the potential harm in AI for which legal redress will not be sufficient, the proliferation of cyber d…
 
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