The fourth episode of GRC TV will cover Trust and Transparency, join us on 15th June 4pm-5:15pm (BST).
Security hacker behind the Donald Trump 2020 Twitter hack, Cyber-security researcher, Chairman of the Dutch Institute for Vulnerability Disclosure, Researcher at GDI foundation
Ann McManus, Market InfoSec, Privacy & Ethics Lead, Lloyd’s
Mark Sward, Vice President and Global Head of Privacy, Sterling
Sonia Cheng, EMEA Information Governance Privacy & Security practice, FTI Consulting
Join Joe Tidy, our GRCTV host, and Cybersecurity Correspondent for BBC News, as he delivers your weekly news on all things governance, risk and compliance.
Joe will (virtually) travel around the world, providing commentary on the weeks biggest stories.
Expect to hear the latest news on data protection, privacy, cybersecurity, financial crime, regulations, governance, compliance, risk and much more.
Security hacker behind the Donald Trump 2020 Twitter hack, Cyber-security researcher, Chairman of the Dutch Institute for Vulnerability Disclosure, Researcher at GDI foundation.
At all levels of society, the foundations of trust are being tested like never before. Under siege by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, people are questioning the trustworthiness of hallowed institutions, from governments and law enforcement agencies to scientific research organisations, media outlets and schools. Enterprises are acutely aware more than ever that they are not immune to the prevailing wave of distrust. Now, perhaps more than ever before, businesses in every industry are looking at trustworthiness as a competitive differentiator. But what does the future of trust look like in a marketplace where digital data – its collection, representation, analysis and application – increasingly drives business models?
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