Privacy 2.0 ushers in new challenges and businesses will need to evolve to meet the new privacy and regulatory compliance demands. Having the correct people, technology, processes, and training and communication procedures in place are all crucial to success in the Privacy 2.0 era.
The global privacy landscape is in the midst of a large tectonic shift. Privacy has been top-of-mind for consumers, enterprises, and governments alike recently with headline-hitting examples such as the SolarWinds hack which exposed the personal information of at least 18,000 customers; the release of Apple’s privacy feature that places privacy controls back into the hands of customers; the passage of the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) and its domino effect on other states and Congress as it considers a comprehensive privacy bill at the federal level.
Privacy 2.0—the new paradigm of privacy for a data-driven economy—is here. And it has already exposed a major fault line in even the most robust data privacy programs: the inability to accurately and comprehensively identify hard-to-find sensitive information buried in vast pools of enterprise data.
To discuss Privacy 2.0 more in-depth, we invited expert panelists from a wide variety of industries to share their views and perspectives on the evolution of the privacy landscape and their predictions on what’s to come in The Inevitable webinar, "Privacy 2.0: Can Companies Be Both Data-first & Privacy-first?".
Moderator Josiane Ishimwe, Investment Manager at Intel Corporation, hosted privacy expert panelists: