Personally Identifiable Data and the Specter of Customer Privacy
Leon Ravenna - KAR Auction Services, Inc.
Apr 18, 2018Size: 366.6MB
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AbstractAs more and more Personally Identifiable data is collected or created, the specter of customer privacy issues are looming large. Enterprises need to take a long hard look at the information they are capturing and determine whether the potential value outweighs the potential risk. How do your current Privacy practices match up against upcoming laws soon to Europe? Are you prepared to deal with new laws that with fines up to 4% of global revenue? If not, how do you start? Are you prepared to deal with companies using your data like Facebook, Google, Cambridge Analytica with or without your approval?
- What does your data mean to you and others?
- Understand what the implications of new laws are as well as your risks
- Understand how to comply with upcoming laws
- Understand the technology at issue
- Understand how contracts and dataflow will be impacted
- How can this be beneficial for you personally
About the SpeakerLeon has over 25 years’ experience in Healthcare, Financial Services and Technology companies. He leads Global Security Strategy, Execution, Privacy and Compliance services.
Leon is currently CISO of a $3B multi-national company in the auto auction and services space. Providing Security, Privacy & Compliance expertise for over 17,000 employees. Leon has led nationwide support, Web & CRM development efforts, data center builds, infrastructure for SaaS companies in the medical and financial space.
Leon has extensive experience in Regulatory, Compliance & Privacy having managed ISO27001, HIPAA, SSAE-16, PCI and NIST system builds and audits. In addition to holding a PMP.
Leon is one of a very small group world-wide to hold 6 major Global Privacy certifications including CIPM, CIPP/ C and CIPP/ E, CIPP/ G, CIPP/ US and FIP.
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