Panel Discussion: Privacy by Design: A Reality Check
Most security leaders believe that they are not protecting technology but people. The fundamental questions that arise are: Is privacy a CISO’s problem, and how to operationalize privacy in the context of security and data protection issues?
Some experts say anything new that gets integrated into the organization — any new system, technology, or vendor onboarding — must go through a review process to check for any risks. This will ensure the risks are identified at the initial design phase so that the finished product has all the mechanisms built in by default to comply with GDPR.
Many organizations fail to understand the intersection between security and privacy. How are privacy-by-design strategies meeting the legal mandates while promoting a free flow of data that powers digital business models?
Against this, how are organizations trying to apply privacy principles by design in its true sense? How is security and privacy being built in and not bolted on, and what should be the standard operating procedure?
The session will cover:
- Essential steps to rebuild the architecture or the platform
- Use-case scenario in how privacy is embedded into the design of products or solutions