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This is the She Said Privacy / He Said Security podcast with Jodi and Justin Daniels. Like any good marriage, Jodi and Justin will debate, evaluate, and sometimes quarrel about how privacy and security impact business in the 21st century.


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This is the She Said Privacy / He Said Security podcast with Jodi and Justin Daniels. Like any good marriage, Jodi and Justin will debate, evaluate, and sometimes quarrel about how privacy and security impact business in the 21st century.




Mark Webber on Law Firms Implementing AI and Complying with the US-EU Data Privacy Framework

Mark Webber is the US Managing Partner of Fieldfisher, a London-based international law firm with offices in Europe, the US, and China. An English lawyer living in the Silicon Valley, Mark oversees the firm’s US operations. As a recognized leader in privacy law with extensive experience working with the world's leading technology companies, Mark is known for finding innovative solutions to complex legal challenges. At Fieldfisher, Mark has been instrumental in establishing, nurturing, and expanding the firm's presence, operations, and services in the US. In this episode… Lawyers endorse the Data Privacy Framework as a valuable tool to mitigate cybersecurity risks. However, many experts argue that protecting businesses from other privacy risks — such as those posed by AI — is not enough. The draft of the European Union AI Act has sparked debate among privacy professionals, with some advocating for a prohibition on the unrestricted use of AI technologies such as biometrics in real time. Mark Webber, a seasoned lawyer with expertise in technology and privacy, disagrees with this approach. He cautions against AI's high-risk threats to transport, infrastructure, and decision-making. To mitigate these risks, Mark suggests that companies conduct an AI impact assessment, such as the one developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, before implementing generative AI systems. He also warns that, given the ever-evolving nature of AI, any governing policies will only be effective with proper education and training. In this episode of the She Said Privacy/He Said Security Podcast, Mark Webber, US Managing Partner at Fieldfisher, joins Jodi and Justin Daniels to discuss the US-EU Data Privacy Framework and AI. Mark explains how the framework will impact businesses, the European Union AI Act, the intersection of AI regulation with GDPR, and why organizations should consider implementing AI assessment frameworks.


The Future of Identity With Riley Hughes

Riley Hughes is the Co-founder and CEO of Trinsic, a reusable identity infrastructure provider. Riley educates and trains businesses on the benefits of using Trinsic to improve the identity verification processes within their products, improving privacy and the user experience. As a pioneer in the decentralized identity community, Riley has spearheaded privacy-preserving technologies, such as identity wallets and verifiable credentials eligible to the masses. Before Trinsic, he honed his skills in the decentralized identity space as the second employee at the Sovrin Foundation — an international nonprofit that was established to administer the Governance Framework at the Sovrin Network. In this episode… It is a common experience to verify one's identity online only to have the website fail to accept the provided identification. Additionally, many people are uncomfortable sharing their driver's license and other forms of ID, as it contains personal information. With so many technological advances, why is proving one’s identity such an antiquated process? These are the burning questions Riley Hughes had while working for the Sovrin Foundation, a Governance Framework administrator, so he was inspired to develop decentralized identity products such as digital wallets and verifiable credentials. Digital wallets are convenient and secure methods to store payment information on mobile devices, including bank information and debit and credit cards. Like digital wallets, verifiable credentials digitally store information found on physical documents such as driver’s licenses, passports, birth certificates, employee IDs, and educational certificates and can be cryptographically verified. These self-sovereign methods give individuals complete autonomy over their data and allow them to control how it’s shared. Join Jodi and Justin Daniels in today’s episode of the She Said Privacy/He Said Security Podcast, as they welcome Riley Hughes, Co-founder and CEO of Trinsic, to discuss decentralized identity. Riley expounds on self-sovereign identity, how decentralized identity enhances privacy, and how AI impacts the reusable identity infrastructure.


Tim Lupinacci on Leadership and Why Cybersecurity Is Essential for Law Firms

Tim Lupinacci is the Chairman and CEO at Baker Donelson, one of the largest US law firms — composed of 650 attorneys and public policy advisors — representing over 30 practice areas. Under his tutelage, Tim led the firm through organizational reconstruction, growth, and the COVID-19 pandemic. He chaired the Financial Services Department and the Women’s Pathways to Leadership Committee and was a Diversity & Inclusion Committee board member. A self-professed “leadership junkie,” Tim continuously elevates his leadership skills through studying, reading, and learning from his failures. His passion for leadership inspired him to launch Everybody Leads, a nonprofit dedicated to empowering individuals in underserved communities with essential leadership skills and confidence. In this episode… Cybercriminals target law firms because they store valuable and sensitive information. In a security breach, ransomware could lock down the office’s files for an extended period, making it impossible to perform routine operations. So, how can law firms protect themselves from cyberattacks? Regardless of a firm’s size, all law offices are vulnerable. Tim Lupinacci, a chief leader at one of the most prominent legal firms in the US, advises implementing a strategic cybersecurity plan. Hiring a full-time CISO and security team could spearhead the program and strictly focus on managing cyber risks. Preventive measures like phishing simulations can prevent their colleagues from falling victim to cyberattacks. If a cohort fails the designated tests, they must attend additional training to protect themselves and the office's devices. Tim advises that the best protection is to be vigilant, have mitigation plans, inform staff members of the latest cyber threats, and educate them on “cybersecurity hygiene.” On today's She Said Privacy/He Said Security Podcast, Jodi and Justin Daniels interview Tim Lupinacci, Chairman and CEO at Baker Donelson, about Baker Donelson's strategic cybersecurity planning, the importance of forging relationships between the C-suite and the firm's security team, and his personal experience with being hacked.


Integrating Data Privacy Into Customer Data Platforms With Julian Llorente Perdigones of Tealium

Julian Llorente Perdigones is the Director of Data Privacy at Tealium, a customer data platform company with offices in the US, Germany, Singapore, UK, Japan, the Netherlands, France, and Austria. Julian is an experienced data scientist and expert in data privacy. In his role, he analyzes technical challenges while assessing privacy concerns. Before Tealium, he was a Data Scientist at zeroG, a Germany-based company committed to making data work for air travel. He also worked at Lufthansa in the digital analytics and online sales department. Julian holds a MS in Big Data & Business Analytics from SRH University in Heidelberg, Germany. He also holds a BS in International Business Information Systems from the University of Applied Sciences in Frankfurt. In this episode… A customer data plan can be a valuable tool for businesses. It allows businesses to collect and analyze customer data from multiple sources. However, it’s important to be aware of the data privacy implications. Data scientist and CDP professional Julian Llorente Perdigones explains businesses must ensure they have consent from customers to collect and use their data, and they must also take steps to protect customer data from unauthorized access or disclosure. At Tealium, their mission is to establish customer trust in data. According to Julian, companies can establish customer trust using CDP by reducing risk using siloed data, propagating privacy preferences, and enabling operational efficiency. Businesses can be transparent by giving customers control over their data and personalizing the customer experience. In this episode of the She Said Privacy/He Said Security Podcast, Jodi and Justin Daniels interview Julian Llorente Perdigones, Director of Data Privacy at Tealium, about data privacy and CDP. Julian explains customer data plans, how companies can use CDPs while adhering to privacy laws, and the common mistakes companies make when working with CDPs.


Privacy AI: The Future of Building Smart Privacy Programs

Michelle Dennedy is the CEO of PrivacyCode, a privacy engineering SaaS platform that translates complex privacy policies for developers. She is also the Co-founder and a Partner at Privatus Consulting, a company that assists clients with privacy engineering and governance, WickedPrivacy leadership solutions, and ESG metrics. Michelle works closely with families, executives, and innovators at all levels and with businesses and organizations at all stages to support the combination of privacy policies, practices, and tools. She has held many leadership roles in data strategy and privacy at Sun Microsystems, McAfee, Intel, and Cisco in addition to various startup companies. Additionally, Michelle wrote and published two books on privacy engineering. She is a graduate of the Fordham University School of Law, where she earned her JD. In this episode… AI privacy is a complex and ever-evolving topic. As AI systems become more sophisticated, it’s essential to ensure technology is used in a way that respects the privacy of individuals. Michelle Dennedy, a seasoned privacy expert, recommends building smart privacy programs. These programs help organizations identify and mitigate privacy risks and comply with regulations. Companies and organizations can create a curriculum by developing policies and procedures, implementing technical controls, training employees on privacy issues, and conducting privacy risk assessments and regular audits. Join Jodi and Justin Daniels in today’s episode of the She Said Privacy/He Said Security Podcast, where they again interview Michelle Dennedy, CEO of PrivacyCode and Co-founder and Partner at Privatus Consulting, about the surge in privacy tech stack. Michelle addresses privacy and security risks companies face in regard to AI, the current state of tech regulations, and how PrivacyCode advises companies on privacy programs.


How a Global Brand Can Build a Privacy Program With Eduardo Ortiz of Carnival Cruise Line

Eduardo Ortiz is the Manager of Data Privacy and Information Governance at Carnival Cruise Line, an international cruise line that offers packages to popular destinations like The Bahamas, Caribbean, Alaska, and Mexico. He is passionate about privacy and leads vital data privacy and protection programs. Before joining Carnival, Eduardo worked as a Senior Analyst of Data Privacy and Integrated Records and Information Management at CenterPoint Energy, where he gained five years of experience in data privacy and records and information management. In this episode… Cruising is a delightful way to see the world without the hassles of air travel. However, there are potential risks to be aware of, such as protecting your personal data. So, how do cruise lines ensure the security and privacy of their customers' data? Cruise ships offer a variety of entertainment options that require the exchange of personal information. Eduardo Ortiz, a data privacy expert, explains that parameters adhering to US, state, and global privacy laws are in place to combat identity theft. Additionally, global standards and company procedures and processes are continuously updated to align with global laws. In this episode of the She Said Privacy/He Said Security Podcast, Jodi and Justin Daniels welcome Eduardo Ortiz, Manager of Data Privacy and Information Governance at Carnival Cruise Line, to discuss regulations and compliance in the cruise line industry. Eduardo discusses how to organize a global security team, the steps cruise ships take to manage customers' data information, and tips for protecting your personal information when traveling.


How To Talk to Your Kids About the Dangers of Social Media With Officer David Gomez

Officer David Gomez is a Police Officer for the Boise County Sheriff’s Office in Idaho City, Idaho and a School Resource Officer at Idaho City High School. He has a background in electronics engineering, which he integrates in schools to educate parents on the dangers of social media. Officer Gomez also educates parents on how predators attempt to contact and entice kids into meeting or sending compromising photos. In this episode… In the early days of social networking, when notable platforms such as MySpace and Facebook were introduced, it was a tool for reconnecting friends and family. As these platforms and other social media outlets exploded in popularity, they also became a forum for predators to prey upon children Though parents can utilize the security controls on their kids’ phones, Officer David Gomez, a school resource officer, warns parents to use more precautions. As a resource officer, he’s been able to build relationships with students and monitor their careless social media behaviors. To educate parents on navigating the temptations teenagers face, he created a Facebook page that now garners nearly 200,000 followers. On his platform, Officer Gomez recommends topics of conversation, alternative phone options, and methods for reducing childrens’ screen time. In this episode of the She Said Privacy/He Said Security Podcast, Jodi and Justin Daniels welcome Officer David Gomez, Idaho City School Resource Officer, to discuss the dangers social media poses for children. Officer Gomez shares tips on how parents can monitor their children’s social media accounts, the importance of instilling family values, and giving your children the tools to protect themselves from potential predators.


Chief Privacy Officer Jason Sarfati Explains Everything You Need To Know About Location Data Privacy

Jason Sarfati is the Chief Privacy Officer and VP of Legal at Gravy Analytics, a location intelligence company providing real-world consumer intelligence to help organizations overcome today’s biggest challenges. Before joining Gravy Analytics, he was a Privacy Associate at Arent Fox and the Director of Privacy & Data Ethics at Treliant, a consulting firm serving financial institutions. Jason earned his JD from George Mason University and holds a Certified Information Privacy Professional certification with a US concentration, making him an expert in the data privacy laws that govern US private sectors. He’s a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals, a thought leader on trending privacy issues, and a frequent contributor to legal publications. In this episode… Geographic information, or location data, is intelligence about the geographical whereabouts of a device, such as a smartphone. Companies like Gravy Analytics use mobile location data to gain insight into individuals’ movement patterns to understand market trends and consumer behaviors. The issue with this type of tracking is that sensitive materials like health data become vulnerable. There’s also the risk of unsolicited advertising, physical assaults, and other various attacks. So, how do companies like Gravy Analytics use data for the betterment of society without further harming society? Jason Sarfati, head of privacy at Gravy Analytics, explains how they integrate privacy controls into their products. While the company strives to provide accurate sources of usable and trusted data, privacy is at the forefront during development. With its privacy-enhancing technology, the privacy team can identify the collection of location data at sensitive places. Once detected, it’s deleted from all systems. In this episode of the She Said Privacy/He Said Security Podcast, Jodi and Justin Daniels interview Jason Sarfati, Chief Privacy Officer and VP of Legal at Gravy Analytics, to discuss location data privacy. Jason talks about Gravy Analytics and the services the company offers, how privacy considerations are included during product development, using location data to identify individuals, and privacy and security best practices for parents of teenagers.


Rohan Massey Provides a Deep Dive on Data Privacy Framework & Cross Borders

Rohan Massey is a Partner at Ropes & Gray, a global law firm operating in the US, Asia, and Europe providing counsel in labor and employment issues, tax and benefits, and creditors’ rights. Rohan advises on complex global data and security compliance programs covering asset management and financial services, life sciences and clinical trials, and marketing. He’s an expert on the intersection of the extraterritorial scope of national data protection laws and data transfer issues for global organizations. In this episode… Cross-border data transfer is the exchange of electronic personal information across international borders. The European Union governs these transactions through a protection law known as the General Data Protection Regulation. Many large corporations operate in multiple countries, so acceptable contract agreements between partnering companies must be heavily enforced using a data privacy framework. Data and cybersecurity experts like Rohan Massey work to implement and educate organizations about data privacy frameworks. These tools provide immediate support when concerns such as data breaches pose a threat to data privacy. DPFs are designed to adjust as events unfold. In regard to compliance, decision-making, and communication, corporations should consider adopting a data privacy framework. In this episode of the She Said Privacy/He Said Security Podcast, Jodi and Justin Daniels welcome Rohan Massey, Partner at Ropes & Gray, for an in-depth conversation about the data privacy framework in relation to cross-border transfers. Rohan explains how the data privacy framework affects international corporations, the treatment of HR data versus “regular” data under DPF, and when companies should consider using standard contractual clauses.


Protecting Consumer Data Using Secret Shopper Safeguards With Boltive CEO Dan Frechtling

Dan Frechtling is the CEO of Boltive, a digital security and privacy developer creating technology for compliance. He’s been a trailblazer in the B2B and SaaS industries for nearly 25 years. Before joining Boltive, Dan was the President of G2 Web Services, a provider of merchant risk intelligence, where he developed cybersecurity solutions to detect damaging activity such as transaction laundering. Dan has held several executive leadership roles at Hibu, Mattel,, and McKinsey, a global management consulting firm offering solutions for organizations in the government and private sectors. He earned his MBA from Harvard University. In this episode… With the emergence of e-commerce retailers, digital advertising is constantly evolving. Once shoppers purchase items, brands monitor online shoppers’ behaviors through a collection of digital footprints. The result is targeted ads — products of behavior-based advertising. These ads are marketing strategies for companies to funnel sales and earn hefty profits. Unfortunately, these intrusive methods can lead to privacy issues, putting user data at risk for theft. Privacy expert Dan Frechtling warns it’s not enough for consumers to clear cookies, delete apps and browser extensions, or toggle on and off to ensure data protection. Digital security and privacy firms such as Boltive want to protect consumers from malware risks. Boltive provides online tools such as Ad Lightning and privacy guards to identify, block, and replace harmful ads. These tools can also detect data-sharing apps to avoid noncompliance. In this episode of the She Said Privacy/He Said Security Podcast, Jodi and Justin Daniels welcome Dan Frechtling, CEO of Boltive, to discuss data leakage and programmatic advertising. Dan explains privacy challenges in online marketing, Boltive’s secret shopper safeguard strategies, and offers consumers tips for protecting their online data.


Gaining Customer Business by Providing Trustworthy Data Software With Ed Britan of Salesforce

Ed Britan is the VP and Head of Global Privacy at Salesforce, a cloud-based software company focused on helping businesses connect to its customers, allowing for a larger prospects database, deal closings, and quality service. Ed moved to Salesforce after exiting his role as Microsoft’s Senior Director and Policy Counsel for Privacy and AI, covering global privacy and AI legal and policy issues. He is an attorney with a Ph.D. in Law from the New York University School of Law. Before working for Microsoft, Ed served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at the Seattle University School of Law. In this episode… When working with cloud software, users expect reliable data so they’re able to understand their customers’ needs, build relationships, and sell more products. In technology, trust is integral for driving and retaining business. As a customer relationship management company, the Salesforce product and privacy teams aim to provide privacy and protective data software. Ed Britan, a global privacy and security professional, leads Salesforce’s global privacy department. He and his team are attuned to their customers’ concerns, which is why the organization integrated the privacy and product teams. By combining teams, the company can provide customers with better results — and that result is customers gaining value from their collected data. In this episode of the She Said Privacy/He Said Security Podcast, Jodi and Justin Daniels welcome Ed Britan, VP and Head of Global Privacy at Salesforce, to discuss data software privacy and security. Ed explains how privacy plays a role in the design of Salesforce’s products, the impact of AI while collecting data, and how soon we can expect the US to implement state and federal privacy AI regulations.


The Far-Reaching Risks of the Emerging Framework for AI Deployment With Jim Dempsey

Jim Dempsey is the Senior Policy Advisor to the Stanford Program on Geopolitics, Technology, and Governance. Additionally, he’s a lecturer at the UC Berkeley School of Law, where he teaches cybersecurity law in the LL.M. program. Before joining the UC Berkeley staff, he was the Executive Director of the Berkeley Center of Law & Technology. Jim previously served as a part-time member of the US Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board — an independent agency within the federal government charged with advising senior policymakers and overseeing the nation’s counterterrorism programs. Jim is the author of Cybersecurity Law Fundamentals, a summation of cybersecurity law for practitioners in the field. His other publications include “Cybersecurity Information Sharing Governance Structures: An Ecosystem of Diversity, Trust, and Tradeoffs” and “The Path to ECPA Reform and the Implications of United States v. Jones.” He also pens articles on cybersecurity for Lawfare, a non-partisan, nonprofit publication dedicated to national security issues. In this episode… With the emergence of innovative technologies, cybersecurity continues to be a topic of discussion. And as the constant evolution of AI further transforms our lives both personally and professionally, the products and services we rely on are at risk of becoming fundamentally insecure. Jim Dempsey, a cybersecurity expert, explains that many users with ill intent are on a mission to steal our information and disrupt AI technology. A particular intentional attack to be wary of is prompt injection attacks disguised as programming instructions. This occurs when a hacker hijacks a language model’s output, allowing the hacker to get the model to say anything they want. There are, however, privacy and security best-practices companies can adopt as a means of prevention. In this episode of the She Said Privacy, He Said Security Podcast, Jodi and Justin Daniels welcome Jim Dempsey, the Senior Policy Advisor to the Stanford Program on Geopolitics, Technology, and Governance, to discuss the risks of AI deployment. Jim explains why Open AI is suddenly a tech phenomenon, AI’s potential risks without US regulation, advice for privacy and security best practices, and more.


AI Governance and Responsible AI With Dr. Emre Kazim

Dr. Emre Kazim is the Co-CEO and Co-founder of Holistic AI, an AI governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) start-up focusing on software for auditing and risk management of AI systems. His PhD in philosophy and undergrad in science cleared a path for his role as a Research Fellow at the University College London’s computer science department. Dr. Kazim explains that curiosity, exploration, and experimentation helped him enter the AI space. In this episode… Artificial Intelligence is a tool that has already revolutionized many aspects of our lives. As AI systems become more sophisticated, ethical implications become an increased concern. So how can we, as developers and users, ensure the systems are used safely, ethically, and responsibly? Dr. Emre Kazim explains how implementing policies and procedures, also known as AI governance, is one solution to protect AI integrity. AI governance includes addressing privacy, safety, and bias. While some organizations have created their own internal policies, others have adopted frameworks developed by governments or industry groups. When drafting AI governance policies, some general policies to consider are transparency, accountability, fairness, and explainability — meaning AI systems should aim to be explainable, so users can understand how it works. Listen to the She Said Privacy/He Said Security Podcast as Jodi and Justin Daniels welcome Dr. Emre Kazim, Co-CEO and Co-founder of Holistic AI, to discuss AI governance and AI responsibility. Dr. Kazim explains the meaning of AI governance and why companies need it, the challenges organizations face using AI, his best privacy and security practices, and more.


Cybersecurity, Risks, and Why Your Company Needs a vCISO With New Oceans Enterprises Donna Gallaher

Donna Gallaher is the President and CEO of New Oceans Enterprises. New Oceans Enterprises is a Cyber, IT, and Operational Risk Management Advisory Service that facilitates collaboration among your company’s business units to develop policies and operational risk mitigation strategies appropriate for your risk tolerance. Donna was recently recognized as one of the top 12 vCISO Influencers to watch and inducted into EC Council's 2023 C|CISO Hall of Fame. Donna currently serves on the Board of Advisors for the FAIR Institute and is President of the Atlanta FAIR Chapter. She is one of the founding members of vCISO Catalyst, a professional association for vCISOs. She holds CISSP, CCISO, CIPP/E, CIPM and ITIL, and Open FAIR certifications and is designated a Fellow of Information Privacy by IAPP. She is a graduate of Auburn University with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. In this episode… In this age of technology, it’s wise for companies to have some sort of cybersecurity expert on staff to protect the organization’s data from theft and damage. But what happens if you’re a startup or small company and unable to afford a full-time expert? Or perhaps you’re a larger corporation with cyber technology in need of updating? Whatever your company's needs are, you may want to enlist the services of someone like Donna Gallaher, a securities strategist who owns a securities advisory firm that contracts out services. Firms like Donna’s can provide a list of options to protect your company’s data, intellectual property, and assets. Tune in to this informative episode of the She Said Privacy/He Said Security Podcast as Jodi and Justin Daniels welcome Donna Gallaher, President and CEO of New Oceans Enterprises, to discuss the role of a CISO. Donna explains the services a CISO offers, why smaller companies are prime targets for hackers, and how to prevent cybersecurity threats.


A Conversation About the California Delete Act and Future of AI With Investor and Author Tom Kemp

Silicon Valley-based entrepreneur Tom Kemp is the Managing Director of Kemp Au Ventures, an angel investment firm where he and his business partner invest their personal funds into seed and early-stage companies. As an angel investor, he has funded over 15 tech startups. Prior to becoming an investor, Tom was the Founder and CEO of Centrify, a leading cybersecurity cloud provider. As a result of his nearly 15 years in privacy, Tom devotes his time as a policy advisor for Californians for Consumer Privacy. His first book, Containing Big Tech: How to Protect Our Civil Rights, Economy, and Democracy, a definitive book on Big Tech, will be available for purchase in August. In this episode… In April, the California Delete Act was introduced in the California State Senate, a measure seeking to give state residents the right to have their personal information deleted from websites and apps. While some people believe it necessary to protect privacy, others believe the legislation could be a burden for businesses. The California Delete Act risks creating a mass exodus for California companies — it could also jeopardize future investments in new products and services to collect personal information. With the ever-increasing collection of personal information by businesses, it’s safe to say more needs to be done to protect individuals’ privacy. So, is the California Delete Act too harsh or a step in the right direction? In this eye-opening episode of She Said Privacy/He Said Security Podcast, our hosts break down the California Delete Act with guest Tom Kemp, the Managing Director of Kemp Au Ventures. Together, these three privacy advisors inform us about everything we need to know about Senate Bill 362, the challenges of enforcing privacy laws, tips for reducing geolocation trackers, and more. This is one episode you don’t want to miss, so get comfortable and tune in now!


Where Privacy and Security Overlap

Robin Andruss is the Chief Privacy Officer at Skyflow, a privacy data vault dedicated to isolating, protecting, and governing sensitive data. Robin has 20 years of experience as a protection leader in the privacy, risk, audit, finance, strategy, and compliance space. She is a sought-after speaker on privacy, technology, and leadership. Additionally, Robin is a privacy tech advisor and sits on the Advisory Board of emerging tech startup Evident ID and is part of the Privacy Engineering group advisement team for Data Protocol. In this episode… With the combination of personal electronic devices, swift Wi-Fi and 5G, we can purchase medicine, airline tickets, and check our payslips online. As convenient as technology is, it can also be a curse, considering our personal data is at risk anytime we make online transactions. So, what can we do better to safeguard our private information? Like all technology, improvements in privacy are ever-evolving. But it’s important to understand the types of privacy risks that exist to understand how to protect our data. In this episode of She Said Privacy/He Said Security, Jodi and Justin Daniels welcome Robin Andruss, the Chief Privacy Officer at Skyflow, to discuss the current challenges privacy faces. Robin, along with Jodi and Justin, discusses AI in the privacy space, building scalable privacy programs, and the overlapping of privacy and security in data breaches.


Compliance Scalability: Tips and Tools From RadarFirst CEO Don India

Don India is the CEO of RadarFirst, a company that helps businesses and their clients leverage emerging technologies. He has a strong and successful background as a sales executive and operator, with over 20 years of experience in delivering value to clients through cloud-based and on-premise solutions. Don has transformed organizations’ business strategies at a global scale, specializing in C-suite relationships, sales management, and direct sales. He is well-known for his boundless energy, unwavering passion, and exceptional coaching abilities. Don is also deeply curious and knowledgeable about artificial intelligence, cloud, and disruptive technologies. In this episode… If you’re a leader in a regulated industry, you know how challenging it is to keep up with the ever-changing regulatory compliance landscape. You need to scale your compliance program to meet the demands of new regulations, standards, customers, and products. You also need to make proactive decisions that align your compliance activities with your security objectives and business operations. To scale compliance effectively, organizations need to align their compliance activities with their security goals and business operations. They need to be prepared for the worst-case scenario — a data breach that could expose their sensitive data and damage their reputation. In this episode of She Said Privacy/He Said Security Podcast, Jodi and Justin Daniels talk to Don India, the CEO of RadarFirst, a software solution that helps organizations automate their incident response and compliance processes. Don shares his insights on how to scale your compliance culture, how to leverage technology to optimize your time and resources, and how RadarFirst can act as a lifeboat in case of a breach incident.


Jodi and Justin’s Top 5 Must-Haves in Your Company’s AI Policy

Jodi Daniels is the Founder and CEO of Red Clover Advisors, a boutique data privacy consultancy and one of the few certified Women’s Business Enterprises focused solely on privacy. Since its launch, Red Clover Advisors has helped hundreds of companies create privacy programs, achieve GDPR, CCPA, and US privacy law compliance, and establish a secure online data strategy their customers can count on. Jodi is a Certified Informational Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) with over 20 years of experience helping a range of businesses — from solopreneurs to multinational companies — in privacy, marketing, strategy, and finance roles. She has worked with numerous companies throughout her corporate career, including Deloitte, The Home Depot, Cox Enterprises, Bank of America, and many more. Jodi is also a national keynote speaker, a member of the Forbes Business Council, and co-host of the She Said Privacy/He Said Security podcast. Justin Daniels is a cybersecurity subject matter expert and business attorney who helps his clients implement strategies to better manage and recover from data breaches. As outsourced general counsel for Baker Donelson, Justin advises executives on how to successfully navigate cyber business and legal concerns related to operations, M&A, incident response, and more. In 2017, Justin founded and led the inaugural Atlanta Cyber Week, where multiple organizations held events that attracted more than 1,000 attendees. Justin is also a TEDx and keynote speaker and co-host of the She Said Privacy/He Said Security podcast with his wife, Jodi. In this episode… Artificial intelligence is transforming our world in many ways, raising ethical questions about its impact on human rights, privacy, fairness, and accountability. How can we ensure that AI respects our values and principles and does not harm or discriminate against anyone? AI can be a remarkable tool that can enhance our lives in various domains. However, it also requires responsible and ethical use. Companies that create and deploy AI systems must adopt policies that guarantee that these systems are reliable, transparent, fair, and secure. In this episode of She Said Privacy/He Said Security Podcast, join Jodi and Justin Daniels as they discuss the key aspects of AI systems. They reveal the essential AI policies companies need to implement to address data collection and use, transparency and accountability, and fairness and unbiasedness.


Mitigating Security Breaches Through Distributed Data Command and Control

Andrew Hopkins is the President of PrivacyChain, a data security platform that encrypts each data record with a unique key, making it useless for hackers. Andrew believes that data security should start from the data itself and not from the perimeter. With his team of innovators at PrivacyChain, he is challenging the status quo and creating a safer online environment. In this episode… Data security and privacy are becoming more challenging in the digital age, especially with the rise of AI and data security threats. How can you protect your data from cybercriminals and AI-associated privacy breaches? How can you manage your data at a granular level without compromising its quality and usability? PrivacyChain offers a modern data security and privacy solution. It can prevent breaches, leaks, and tampering by ensuring that only authorized users can access and edit the data. PrivacyChain can also protect data from AI-generated threats by verifying its source and authenticity. Through distributed data management, you can store your data in centralized locations. In today’s episode of She Said Privacy/He Said Security, Jodi and Justin Daniels interview Andrew Hopkins, the Founder of PrivacyChain, to talk about data encryption, control, and management. Andrew shares his insights on data security, privacy, AI, and how PrivacyChain can help safeguard your data.


The Upsurge in Ransomware and Voice Phishing: How Managed Security Services Can Help

Krista Hollingsworth is the Chief Revenue Officer at Consilien, a managed services security solutions provider helping organizations protect their data from cyber attackers. In her role, she creates a security awareness culture through an integrated approach to cybersecurity awareness training for employees. Krista is also the CEO of Boutique Marketing Group, a digital marketing company providing mid-size B2B businesses with content, strategy, and lead-generating sales funnels. In this episode… Traditionally, organizations have relied on cyber insurance to protect against attacks. But as marketing and technology have become more elaborate, ransomware has intensified, leading to a 79% increase in cyber premiums. How can you develop a calculated security approach that addresses compliance and risks? As Krista Hollingsworth observes, cybercriminals are skilled marketers, with 82% of attacks involving human elements. Additionally, Krista predicts that the emergence of AI chatbots will lead to sophisticated voice phishing attacks, so businesses should implement two-factor authentication and other verification systems for maximum protection. Managed security service providers such as Consilien help businesses create and manage cybersecurity programs. In today’s episode of She Said Privacy/He Said Security, Jodi and Justin Daniels invite CRO of Consilien, Krista Hollingsworth, to speak about the role of managed security services providers in developing cyber programs. Krista shares how the cyber sales cycle has evolved since the rise of ransomware, how AI could lead to voice phishing attacks, and advice for strengthening your passwords.