Join Michelle Dennedy for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Understanding & Prioritizing Data Privacy.
(bright music) - If you'd like to learn more about data privacy, there's an embarrassment of riches here. Number one, I'm going to shamelessly tell you, The Privacy Engineer's Manifesto: Going from Policy to Code to QA to Value. That's a personal favorite, one that I wrote with Tom Finneran, my father, Jonathan Fox, my business partner, and myself, and 32 other contributors from around the globe who are experts in this space.
You can get that free online in a digital version. There are also organizations like the IAPP that you can find at iapp.org. That's the International Association of Privacy Professionals. There are innumerous information and courses in the library about ethical hacking and security. You can also reach out in person to groups like the Black Hat Conference that happens in the depths of summer in Las Vegas to learn more about the exciting deep dark things going on in security.
And Defcon is for the hardcore hackers and people who really want to challenge their imaginations in the world of cybersecurity and information security. Don't bring any devices to that one. But most of all, there's a ton of information online. You could certainly reach out to me. I'm on Twitter @mdennedy. You can reach out to me through my LinkedIn. I like to say that I'm probably one of the least private privacy professionals that you know, and I'm happy to connect you with any sort of books, resources, innovations, or ideas that you may have.
And most of all, keep looking.
- What is data privacy?
- Privacy vs. secrecy
- Trust and integrity
- What consumers expect
- Privacy solutions