Executives already have their hands full with business challenges. In this video, learn why they need privacy sophistication as well to help protect and grow their business.
- [Instructor] For those executives who are skeptical that they need to understand privacy, let me use a contemporary metaphor. If you had told anyone at the beginning of 2020 that the virus would affect our lives so deeply, and affect our economy so significantly, they might have been a bit skeptical. One of the key lessons of COVID-19 is that safety affects mobility, and that in turn affects our economy. Now for those of us who depend upon the internet to communicate I ask, what would happen if the internet, suddenly became less safe? My parents live thousands of miles away and as I get older and as they get older, I try to call them more frequently than when I was a teenager. I use chat programs to call them often. If these programs were suddenly less secure, I would have to use expensive calling plans, rather than using my Wi-Fi cell phone and a free program. We live our lives online from hailing a cab, to finding a job, to spending money. All of this activity occurs on a foundation of need and trust. Just as physical mobility and contact depend upon safety, internet mobility and online activity depend upon trust. Privacy is about trust. That is why executives need to understand privacy.
- Privacy, government, the economy, and investors
- A primer on how teams innovate using data
- Building a privacy team
- Embedding privacy into your work culture
- Building a privacy program that is strategic and can execute
- Privacy governance: in data, process, tooling, and guidance
- Managing user data: collection, minimization, and more
- Preparation for privacy audits
- Staffing your program
- Band building cross-functional partnerships
- Adapting your program to change