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Partially Redacted brings together experts on engineering, architecture, privacy, data, and security to share knowledge, best practices, and real world experiences – all to help you better understand how to use, manage, and protect sensitive customer data. Each episode provides an in-depth conversation with an industry expert who dives into their background and experience working in data privacy. They’ll share practical advice and insights about the techniques, tools, and technologies that e ...
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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 ...
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Debbie Reynolds of "The Data Diva" Talks Podcast provides wide-ranging discussion topics with worldwide leaders about data privacy that impacts businesses. This podcast explores data and emerging technologies, international laws and regulations, data ethics, individual privacy rights, and future trends. Our podcast has listeners in over 100 countries. Here are some of our podcast awards and statistics: #1 Data Privacy Podcast Worldwide 2021/ 2022/2023 (Privacy Plan) Top 5 Best Privacy Podcas ...
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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!
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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 ...
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For about ten years, Estonia has pioneered a digital ID system for its 1.3 million citizens. Every Estonian receives a digital identity at birth or later. Estonians use this e-ID for a host of interactions with government and the private sector. The e-ID is not guarded zealously like a U.S. Social Security number. Instead, it is a kind of public ke…
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In this episode, we dive into the world of MLOps, the engine behind secure and reliable AI/ML deployments. MLOps focuses on the lifecycle of machine learning models, ensuring they are developed and deployed efficiently and responsibly. With the explosion of ML applications, the demand for specialized tools has skyrocketed, highlighting the need for…
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Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Jesse Tayler, Team Builder, Startup Cofounder App Store Inventor, and Founder of TruAnon. We discuss Data Privacy, Digital Identity, and Jesse Tayler's background as a team builder, startup co-founder, app store inventor, and founder of TruAnon. We discuss the shift from physical to digital products, highlig…
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In this third episode of Fieldfisher's new Data & Privacy Matters podcast, Martin McElroy, Kristina Holm and Sophia Steiger look at the key data and privacy news from March 2024. March gave the team much to discuss: they take us through the latest on AI from the EU and UK, the EU's Cyber Resilience Act ("CRA"), the ICO's consultation on the "pay or…
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Our medical and health data are valuable - both to promote public health and to enrich data brokers selling our sensitive personal information without our consent. HIPAA is the U.S. federal statute intended to safeguard our medical information - but it does not cover many of the ways our information is released and shared, with unintended consequen…
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Episode 164 covers three March 2024 developments: Florida bans social media platform accounts of children under 14 - and more; Illinois modifies its pioneering biometrics laws; and President Biden and the House of Representatives act together about the sale of personal information to countries “of concern.” Consider how social media platforms are a…
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Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Carey Lening, Privacy Professional, Writer, Chronicles of the Constantly Curious (Dublin). We discuss her journey into privacy, highlighting the significance of the GDPR and the shift in attitude towards data protection. The conversation also delved into the limitations of applying a property rights model to…
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Identity Orchestration - the difference between Identity and ID. Join Gerry Gebel, IT veteran, now Head of Standards at Strata Identity - https://strata.io. Gerry leads an effort to develop Identity Query Language, a policy orchestration standard. Strata Identity pioneered the concept of Identity Orchestration, which helps organizations integrate a…
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In this episode, we dive deep into the world of prompt injection attacks in Large Language Models (LLMs) with the Devansh, AI Solutions Lead at SVAM. We discuss the attacks, existing vulnerabilities, real-world examples, and the strategies attackers use. Our conversation sheds light on the thought process behind these attacks, their potential conse…
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Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Jay Averitt, Senior Privacy Product Manager/Privacy Engineer at Microsoft. We discuss Jay’s career trajectory into privacy engineering highlighting his early fascination with technology and law, leading to a career as a software engineer and later as a software engineer and licensed attorney. We emphasized t…
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From the day of birth, and perhaps even earlier, we become public data subjects. Without our express consent, our personal information is collected and poured out like salt from a shaker because of public records laws. There has been little federal attention to this for 50 years, and state laws vary. Tune in for an exploration of many ways in which…
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In this episode, Joice John, Senior Product Manager at Skyflow, joins the show to discuss the complexities of managing privacy and security with unstructured data. Joice explains what unstructured data is and its distinction from structured data, and then dives into the technologies that tackle these challenges. Joice discusses the unique privacy c…
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Debbie Reynolds, "The Data Diva" talks to Gopal Padinjaruveetil, Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer, AAA The Auto Club Group. Gopal discussed his thought leadership and career journey, his educational background in chemistry and law, his transition from operational technology to IT, and his eventual entry into cybersecurity. Debbie …
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Daniel Wong, Head of Security and Compliance at Skyflow, is back for his third appearance. Daniel discusses his extensive career at the forefront of security engineering, having worked with industry behemoths like Oracle, Salesforce, and CrowdStrike. He discusses the critical differences in security needs between large enterprises and smaller busin…
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Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva” talks to Melih Calikoglu, a Data Privacy Expert and Lawyer (Turkey). We discuss a range of topics related to Data Privacy and Artificial Intelligence, including challenges faced by small and medium-sized businesses in complying with Data Privacy laws, the differences between Turkish and EU privacy laws, fines and pe…
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In this action-packed second episode of Fieldfisher's new Data & Privacy Matters podcast, Camille Ebden, Charley Guile and Sophia Steiger look at the key data and privacy news from February 2024. They take us through the second phase of the EU Digital Services Act ("DSA") coming into force, the European Commission's investigation into TikTok's DSA …
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Privacy - “freedom from unauthorized invasion,” says Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, or “the quality or state of being apart from company or observation.” The Detective did not authorize an online onslaught. But every day my computer and phone are bombarded with unsolicited ads and messages. My digital space is invaded by demands for my attention.…
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This episode dives into how we can keep our texts and calls safe from scammers. Sean Falconer chats with Dave Erickson, the co-founder of Phound, which is redefining the way people connect and communicate. Dave shares why texts can easily get targeted by scams, how fraudsters hide their identity, and the tricks they use to trick people. Learn about…
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Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva” talks to Joyce Hunter, Executive Director, ICIT (Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology). We discuss an overview of the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology (ICIT), a non-profit think tank focused on Cybersecurity, National Security, and Critical Infrastructure with a people-focused mission. We…
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In this latest Automation Unwrapped episode Richard Lawne, Senior Associate at Fieldfisher talks to Frank Gonnello, Lead Counsel, Product and Privacy at Cruise about the dynamic relationship between legal regulation and the rapid advancements in technology, and offer invaluable insights on privacy, automation, and the future of autonomous vehicles.…
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Join Yugo Nagashima, data privacy and technology attorney at Frost Brown Todd, as he and the Data Privacy Detective discusses two major topics from February 2024. Learn how DoorDash and California settled a dispute under California’s privacy law that raises important issues for business and consumers. DoorDash was accused of failing to inform custo…
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Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva” talks to Nitin Singhal, VP of Engineering, SnapLogic. We discuss his extensive data journey, emphasizing the importance of responsible use of data and ensuring that it is not in the hands of the wrong bodies. We discuss the challenges and importance of data governance and Data Privacy in today's technology-driven wo…
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Who doesn’t like cookies? When a website posts a notice about cookies, that sounds like a free offer for something good. But cookies on the internet are not good or bad. They aren’t cookies at all in any real sense. They are simply embedded technology that attract and use information about us and what we do on a website. Aside from software that en…
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In this episode Rishi Bhargava, Co-founder of Descope, joins the show to delve into the intricacies of authentication and identity management. Rishi, with his extensive experience in security, spanning from McAfee to Palo Alto Networks and co-founding Demisto and Descope, shares his insights on the evolution of the security landscape and the persis…
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Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva” talks to Sean Vargas-Barlow, Senior Global Privacy, Product, and AI Counsel. We discuss our passion for Data Privacy and the challenges of maintaining consumer trust and Data Privacy in the age of personalization and data sharing. We also discuss the importance of learning agility, self-learning, and networking with…
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Data Privacy and Tracking: How to combine privacy protection and quality data for Digital Companies User consent, ad-blocking, and tracking prevention are on the rise, along with increasingly privacy-centric regulation. Companies want to understand what users want from products and services. This depends on accurate datasets of user experience. How…
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Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva” talks to Moiz Baig, Cybersecurity Advisor, Nokia (Dubai, United Arab Emirates). We discuss our shared backgrounds in technology and Cybersecurity. We talk about the current state of 5G technology and its potential use cases in various industries, the challenges of monetizing 5G networks, and the potential for a kill…
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Tune in for three top January 2024 data privacy developments in the Detective’s monthly update. Yugo Nagashima and Brion St. Amour, data privacy and tech attorneys at Frost Brown Todd LLP, join the Detective for a monthly roundup. Explore: How the Video Privacy Protection Act (a U.S. law from video rentals days) is alive in the internet age and a c…
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In this episode Sean is joined by Pedram Naveed, Head of Data Engineering at Dagster Labs. They discuss the unique challenges and opportunities in the realm of data engineering, particularly the culture of learning and sharing within the field. Pedram discusses the traditionally guarded nature of data engineering, contrasting it with the more open-…
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In this first episode of Fieldfisher's new Data & Privacy Matters podcast, Lorna Cropper, Chloe Abbott and trainee Sophie Milne look at the key data and privacy news from January 2024. Opening with the newly published EU Data Act and the leaked consolidated version of the EU AI Act, before turning their focus to the EDPB's publications on consolida…
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Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva” talks to Dr. Valerie Lyons, Chief Operations Officer, BH Consulting and Author of “The Privacy Leader Compass”. We explore the connection between Environmental, Social, and Corporate governance (ESG) and privacy, discussing how privacy can contribute to the social element of ESG through initiatives like corporate so…
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Olivier Proust, Partner in our Brussels office, speaks to Nicholas Zylberglajt, the CEO of Unmanned Life, an award winning software platform for seamless orchestration of autonomous robotics. Nicholas speaks about how the power of automation is reshaping industries far beyond a few isolated examples, his challenges and predictions for the coming ye…
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In this episode of Automation Unwrapped, Chris Eastham interviews Simon Delavalle, Chief Technology Officer at Veolia Nuclear Solutions to provide a glimpse into the remarkable projects and innovations revolutionising how we solve complex challenges by harnessing the power of automation. They discuss the use of robots and automation in the nuclear …
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You buy a new computer. You push the power button. Your screen blazes with tips and prompts, not from the device maker but from tech giants like Microsoft and Google. You rush to get started with offerings from these giants and other iconic providers. What about your personal information and how your privacy will be affected by your launch on the n…
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In this episode Zena Obebe, the founder of Hill Redaction Services, joins the show to discuss the critical role of document redaction in maintaining privacy and security. Zena, an expert in the field, discusses the increasing demand for document redaction across various industries, particularly in legal and medical sectors.Document redaction, the p…
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Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva” talks to Kar Wong, Founder and Chief Consulting Officer at Young Technology Consulting (Singapore). We discuss privacy laws in Asia, including the history of data protection laws in Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines. We also compared data protection laws in Asia to those in Europe and the US, noting that whil…
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In this episode, Sanjeev Sharma, Product Lead from Skyflow, joins the show to explore the complex landscape of payment data residency regulations in India, focusing on the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) 2018 mandate for local data storage and its impact on digital payments. The discussion covers the regulatory roles of RBI and NPCI, the challenges i…
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Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva” talks to Nandita Rao Narla, Head of Technical Privacy & Governance, DoorDash. Nandita shares her journey from cybersecurity to privacy engineering, providing valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities in the field. The conversation covers a range of topics, including the difference between cybersecurity…
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In this episode a stellar panel of privacy engineering experts delve into the evolving world of privacy engineering. Saima Fancy, Senior Privacy Specialist for Ontario Health, Jay Averitt, Privacy Product Manager and Engineer at Microsoft, and Mira Olson, Privacy Architect at Doordash, bring diverse perspectives from their extensive experience in t…
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Debbie Reynolds, "The Data Diva" talks to Kurt Roosen, Head of Innovation, Isle of Man, Government Digital Agency. We discuss various topics related to technology, privacy, and ethics. We cover Kurt's career trajectory, his work with the Isle of Man Government Digital Agency, and the challenges of balancing government regulation and innovation whil…
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Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva” talks to Emma Butler, Creative Privacy (United Kingdom). We discuss a range of topics related to Data Privacy in an upcoming podcast. Emma shares her unique perspective on issues such as regulation, risk appetite, and the challenges small businesses face. We also discuss the importance of plain English and a people-…
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Episode 155 considers three important developments as 2024 opens: How the European Union’s pending AI Act blazes a new trail How umbrella insurance may or may not apply to claims involving biometrics How Quebec’s 2023 data privacy act will reshape privacy notices throughout North America. Yugo Nagashima and Brion St. Amour, attorneys with the coast…
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Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva” talks to Pamela Isom, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, IsAdvice & Consulting LLC, Former Executive Director the Artificial Intelligence and Technology Office, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). We discuss Pamela’s extensive experience in various fields, including AI and cybersecurity. We discuss the evolution of A…
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Why do businesses create cookies for their websites – and what choices can visitors make when a popup asks us to choose? Can chatbots write privacy policies for businesses? How can we determine if a website shares personal information we provide to it – and if so, for what purposes? Donata Stroink-Skillrud, President and Legal Engineer of Termagedd…
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Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva” talks to Vikram Koppikar, Senior Manager, Privacy - South Asia and Metropolitan Asia, Kenvue - Formally Johnson Consumer Health (Mumbai). We discuss challenges faced by multinational corporations in terms of privacy laws and the differences between GDPR and APAC laws. Vikram expresses concern about the contradiction…
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When we visit websites, we increasingly see popups. Why is this? How does consent affect online advertising? And what’s changing in 2024? Mate Prgin, founder/CEO of Enzuzo (https://www.enzuzo.com) explains how Google’s 2024 standards force online retailers to obtain express consent from customers for collecting and sharing personal information. Bol…
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Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva” talks to Karen Habercoss, Chief Privacy Officer, University of Chicago. We discuss the challenges of operationalizing privacy and security concepts within organizations and the need for strategic partnerships. Karen shares her unique trajectory in privacy and healthcare compliance, emphasizing the importance of havi…
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Data clutter – we keep our homes tidy, at least some of us do. But what about digital data? It accumulates and grows over time. Unlike hard copy files, which can be pitched or sent to long-term (expensive) storage, data is silent and unobservable (except perhaps to IT personnel). Explore how organizations amass vast amounts of data containing perso…
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In the 47th episode of the Data Democratization Podcast, host Alexandra Ebert talks to Maritza Curry, Head of Data at RCS South Africa, to explore practical insights into developing effective data strategies. The discussion delves into the importance of solid data management and data governance. It also covers the topic of whether an AI strategy is…
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