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#203 Panel: Making Privacy Practical and Scalable in Data and Data Mesh - Led by Debra Farber w/ Samia Rahman and Katharine Jarmul


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Quick acronyms to know: PETs - privacy enhancing technologies; SMEs - subject matter experts

Scott Note Warning: there is some nerding out about how awesome it could be if some advanced privacy approaches and PETs were implemented at a broad scale across the industry to protect individual's privacy. It's pretty early days so warning about getting your hopes up :)

In this episode, guest host Debra Farber, privacy expert and host of the Shifting Privacy Left podcast facilitated a discussion with Katharine Jarmul, the author of the upcoming book Practical Data Privacy and Principal Data Scientist at Thoughtworks (guest of episode #157) and Samia Rahman, Director of Data and AI Strategy and Architecture at life sciences company Seagen (guest of episode #67).

Scott note: given this is a newer area, I wanted to share my takeaways rather than trying to reflect the nuance of the...

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