AI is advancing fast, and playing an increasingly important role in many organisations’ operations and business models.
Much of the work of security professionals focuses on securing an organisation’s perimeter and keeping malicious actors out. But one of the most significant threats to privacy and security is accidental disclosure of data by employees.
The work of privacy and security professionals looks quite different day-to-day. But these two disciplines share a lot in common, and there are areas where working in silos does not best serve the interests of employees, organisations or even users.
We all know IT - the laptops, phones, applications, and cloud applications we use at work and home, that manage information. Systems that run industrial systems – electric utilities, gas pipelines, water systems, and manufacturing plants – are Operational Technology (OT).
As a sector, digital marketing has long been beset by compliance issues and has been subject to a great deal of high-profile enforcement action.
The role of Chief Privacy Officer (CPO) has existed since the early 90s, but CPOs have become increasingly commonplace as companies use more personal data in increasingly innovative—and sometimes risky—ways.
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