Get an introduction to the basics of data privacy: what it is, why it matters, and who it impacts, from consumers and private citizens to policymakers and C-suite business leaders.
- Data is critical. Data and the information that is derived from that data is critical to the individual that it describes, it's critical and crucial to organizations that process that information that would provide services and products and goods and experiences to that individual. Data and information is crucial for citizens and government to interact in a positive, productive and future-facing way. I'm Michelle Dennedy, Vice President and Chief Privacy Officer at Cisco, founder of the Identity Project and co-author of The Privacy Engineer's Manifesto.
In this course, we'll talk about the elements of data, of privacy, of value, of values, and how would we look to building systems that are robust, that provide value, that provide transparency and are critical to leveraging that little piece of data that would add so much value to our lives, our culture, our commerce and our communities. You should be able to pack your virtual jet pack full of information to propel you into what's next in your environment.
How do we use data? How do we explore data? How do we extract value and protect data? And how do we all get this done, so that we can become true innovators to propel ourselves into a future that is data-centric but doesn't leave behind the values that we hold so dear as a culture.
- What is data privacy?
- Privacy vs. secrecy
- Trust and integrity
- What consumers expect
- Privacy solutions