“So, then it is identifying an individual. Knowing that that individual – you don't have to know their name. Always try to remember the fact that you may not know the name of your neighbor, but you can certainly identify them. Same kind of thing. You don't have to be able to attach this online information to a person's offline world in order for it to count as personal information.”

Nicole Killen,

VP and Chief Privacy Officer, Neustar

Episode 6 explores the ever-changing world of data privacy regulations, as John and Paige take a deep dive into the considerations, legislation ​​and risks associated with the compliance burden of data privacy and its integration into the deepest levels of your business.

The Deep History of Privacy Protection – The surprising beginning of data privacy and how the invention of the internet helped further the need to secure personal and private information.

Personally Identifiable or Identifying Information – Learn how identifiable information can lead to potential risks for businesses that misuse and mis-handle collected personal data.

GDPR and CCPA Regulations – Discover the role global regulations play in the development of privacy protections right here in the U.S.

What You Need to Know About Transferring of Data – Learn how the protection of data in one country still applies to that data regardless of what country it has been transferred.

The Future of Regulations in the U.S. and Globally – A brief look at where regulations are headed around the globe as well as right here in the U.S., and how prepared your enterprise needs to be to insure you’re being privacy-friendly.

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