Sage Advice - Cybersecurity Blog

Privacy’s Conflicting Interests

Strong cybersecurity programs tightly control financial assets, but more and more, it’s information that’s the target of various bad actors around the world. A lot of this data falls into the privacy realm and under the protection of privacy laws. As new laws like the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) expand these protections, they’re colliding with equally important but often-conflicting national security and crime-fighting interests, according to Lawrence Dietz, founder of DataPrivacyLaw.com.

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Topics: Privacy, CyberCrime Symposium

Why CISOs Need to Care About Privacy

Why should information security officers care about privacy? That’s the loaded question Todd Fitzgerald posed to a packed audience in his opening keynote at the 2018 CyberCrime Symposium. The short answer: They have to.

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Topics: Privacy, CyberCrime Symposium

Lessons from the 2018 CyberCrime Symposium

Arguments over the importance of security versus privacy will continue, but the debate’s losing steam by the second. In today’s data-driven world, cybersecurity and data privacy are interdependent, high-stake functions, and businesses and government entities must prioritize both. This mandate is transforming the CISO role, with business leaders restructuring their org charts to create new C-level partnerships, reporting structures, and seats at the big table.

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Topics: CyberCrime Symposium, Privacy