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.



 

Chris Jordan, CEO, Fluency Security

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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Thanks to this week’s podcast sponsor, Fluency Security:

Fluency’s correlation and risk scoring technology combined with their approach of using pseudonyms in place of certain PII data greatly facilitates your organization’s path towards compliance. Over time, machine learning and artificial intelligence algorithms detect anomalies at an impressive level of scalability. Run Fluency as a standalone or integrate it into your existing SIEM. Learn more by visiting us at booth #4529 at the RSA® Conference 2019.

 

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.