Will the privacy outcry and new regulations limit companies’ abilities to do business, or will it span a whole new industry? We discuss building a business in the new age of privacy regulations on this week’s Defense in Depth.
This episode of Defense in Depth is co-hosted by me, David Spark (@dspark), the creator of CISO Series and Allan Alford (@AllanAlfordinTX), CISO at Mitel. Our sponsored guest is Chris Jordan, CEO of Fluency Security.
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On this episode of Defense in Depth, you’ll learn:
- While new privacy regulations may hamper a company’s ability to collect and sell any data they want, they don’t necessarily stifle the economy. For example, the introduction of HIPAA regulations spawned a growing industry.
- DuckDuckGo is a search engine that doesn’t collect your browsing history to determine your search results.
- Even if you are very protective of your data, the people around you probably aren’t. Through relationships and triangulation a profile of you, sans your personal data, can still be created.
- Because of this ability to triangulate data, your employees’ personal data, outside of work can become a risk to your company.