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Privacy. Security. Risk. 2022 focuses on the intersection of privacy and technology. The program is packed with a wide variety of sessions and workshops on integrating privacy into technology product, service and system development. Topics include eliminating bias in artificial intelligence; selling privacy as an asset; working with location data; applying the NIST framework, and much more. Led by privacy and security professionals with decades of experience, workshops and breakout sessions yield practical guidance you will be able to put to work immediately.
Privacy Workshop with Pari Sarnot
Building future proof programs: 10 truths for creating adaptive privacy programs
Wednesday, October 12
1:00PM – 4:30PM
Lone Star Ballroom F, Level 3
JW Marriott Austin
This workshop will be co-hosted with privacy leadership from Alaska Airlines, Visa and Lumen Technologies.
Building an adaptive privacy program that is both flexible and scalable is a priority for all organizations. We don’t need a crystal ball to see what’s on the horizon. We know there will be a steady drip of new privacy laws around the world including new state-specific privacy laws. Contractual obligations to protect privacy will continue to evolve as will the desire to do more with data in a safe yet effective way. Meeting the expectations of customers as well as managing ethical considerations will not magically get easier. So how does knowing the future help you prepare better?
Join Blueprint’s Privacy Director Pari Sarnot in a workshop around shifting the industry mindset from a reactive “privacy is only a compliance function to avoid fines” toward “privacy should deliver positive outcomes supporting a broad range of stakeholders.” To achieve this requires a systematic approach and building adaptive programs that adjust to both internal and external change. This workshop encourages attendees to take a strategic view while also covering aspects that are often overlooked but remain critical. Having a strong privacy strategy and effective operating model can help align with strategic goals, operationalizing controls, and processes along with effective and outcome-driven engagement with partners and key stakeholders.