How To Navigate the Critical Intersection Between Data Security and Data Privacy

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Standard security controls are excellent at ensuring that data stays secure and is only accessed by those with appropriate permissions. However, where security fails is knowing the information that privacy requires, such as where the data came from, why the data is being stored, who the data belongs to, who it’s shared with, and how long it will be retained. The answers to those questions for every system or data element has an impact on which security controls a company needs to have in place.  

Join Infosecurity Magazine and data expert Chris Pin as he explains the critical intersection between data security and data privacy, including: 

  • The key differences between data security and data privacy
  • Why it's possible to have security without privacy, but impossible to have privacy without security
  • How to enable and support both security and privacy when it comes to data

Speakers

Caitlin Fennessy

Research Director, International Association of Privacy Professionals

    Chris Pin

    VP, Security and Privacy, PKWARE

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