This is “Life, Death and Data Breach”, a podcast about the pains and pitfalls of dealing with sensitive data in large and unorganized company repositories.
It’s a well known secret that there is chaos in the data backyards of almost all companies. While we struggle to create and implement policies, guidelines and possibly regulatory compliance, everybody just keeps on creating documents, putting them wherever seems suitable, creating copies and versions.
Do you care? Should you care? What can we do to get control of that chaos, where can we start and where can we look to get help?
In this very special episode we deviate a little bit from our focus on data privacy and talk about data piracy instead. More specifically, we shed some light on how Jeanne Somma became a lawyer by trade and technologist by accident.
We not only cover what could be considered career advice, but also touch upon the topics of usability, the Apple Newton, Norwegian-based companies and special-purpose outfits.
What is a data subject access request and how can you use it to take revenge on your employer?
In this episode we discuss uses and abuses of this mechanism and how it affects different industries. The “triangle of problems” – people, processes and technology – again plays a key role in finding a solution for DSARs that doesn’t break the bank.
In our inaugural episode, we discuss the base line of defence against data breach: having as little data as possible in the first place. Among other things, we cover GDPR, CCPA, fresh-water sharks and German compound words. Tune in to understand what data protection regulations could mean for your business and why data is less like gold and more like Uranium.
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