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Data Privacy Podcast
Real-world insights from data privacy thought leaders.
May 21, 2021
DPO Conflict - Part 1 of Tom and Robert Baugh in the Privacy Kitchen
In this episode, Tom makes a guest appearance in the Privacy Kitchen to discuss DPO conflict with Robert Baugh. Tom McNamara’s experience in his Data Protection Consultancy, Apex Privacy, and Robert Baugh's experience as General Counsel, private practice lawyer and founder of Keepabl combine for an interesting discussion on this important topic.
May 7, 2021
Leaders in Privacy Tech - John and Schena (RITA)
To continue The Data Privacy Podcast’s Leaders in Privacy Tech series, Tom is joined by John and Schena, the Co-Founders of Rita. Rita is on a mission to empower users and their data. They believe that users should be in control of the data they generate and be able to benefit from its value. The GDPR was a step in the right direction, that's why they have leveraged it to make data ownership practical and accessible. As our world moves to a digital and data driven economy, Rita's role is to hand you the keys to your data.
Apr 30, 2021
Leaders In Privacy Tech - Projjol Banerjea (Zeotap)
Tom is joined by Projjol Banerjea, the Co-Founder and CPO of Zeotap. Zeotap is a customer intelligence platform that helps companies better understand their customers and predict behaviors to invest in more meaningful experiences. They enable brands to build a nucleus of first party data to win new customers and to grow their loyal base.
Apr 23, 2021
Leaders In Privacy Tech - Egil Bergenlind (DPOrganizer)
To continue The Data Privacy Podcast’s Leaders in Privacy Tech series, Tom is joined by Egil Bergenlind, the Founder and Privacy Hero Sidekick at DPOrganizer. DPOrganizer is a privacy SaaS company based out of Stockholm, Sweden, that aims to help privacy professionals and companies, in general, meet their GDPR compliance requirements.
Apr 14, 2021
Leaders in Privacy Tech - Caroline McCaffery and George Rosamond (ClearOPS)
To continue The Data Privacy Podcast’s Leaders in Privacy Tech series, Tom is joined by Caroline McCaffery and George Rosamond, the Co-Founders of ClearOPS. ClearOPS provides automated privacy and security questionnaires, as well as vendor management solutions.
Apr 9, 2021
Leaders In Privacy Tech - Jen House (OnTrackGDPR)
To continue The Data Privacy Podcast’s Leaders in Privacy Tech series, Tom is joined by Jen House, the Founder and Managing Director of OnTrackGDPR. OnTrackGDPR is a software platform that makes it easy for SMEs to set up, manage and share Records of Processing Activities documentation in accordance with EU and UK GDPR.
Mar 31, 2021
Leaders in Privacy Tech - Shoshana Rosenberg (SafePorter)
To continue The Data Privacy Podcast’s Leaders in Privacy Tech series, Tom is joined by Shoshana Rosenberg, the Founder of SafePorter. SafePorter provides a means to isolate and protect identity characteristics that organizations are seeking to better track diversity.
Mar 26, 2021
Leaders In Privacy Tech - Jeremy McGee (LeapYear Technologies)
To continue The Data Privacy Podcast’s Leaders in Privacy Tech series, Tom is joined by Jeremy McGee, the VP of Solutions Architecture at LeapYear Technologies. LeapYear is the world's first platform for differentially private reporting, analytics, and machine learning, embedding mathematically proven privacy into every statistic, computation, and model.
Mar 19, 2021
Leaders in Privacy Tech- Paul Saunders and Byron Shirley (The Compliance Space and Black Penny Consulting)
Tom is joined by Paul Saunders and Byron Shirley, the co-founders of The Compliance Space and Black Penny Consulting. The Compliance Space is a GDPR compliance software that makes it easy for organizations of all sizes to track, monitor, and audit their GDPR compliance.
Mar 12, 2021
Leaders In Privacy Tech - Romain Gauthier (Didomi)
In this episode of The Data Privacy Podcast, Tom is joined by Romain Gauthier, the founder and CEO of Didomi. Didomi is a consent management platform, built on the core belief that privacy management is the key to sustainable value creation from customer data.
Mar 5, 2021
Leaders in Privacy Tech -Robert Baugh (Keepabl)
In this episode of The Data Privacy Podcast, Tom kicks off the Leader in Privacy Tech Series with Robert Baugh. Robert is the founder and CEO of Keepabl, a SaaS provider of GDPR compliance software, and this episode dives into the software, why companies should use compliance software in the first place, and the ever-growing complexity of data protection compliance.
Feb 26, 2021
Apple vs Tracking
In this episode of The Data Privacy Podcast, Tom is joined by Dean Takahashi to discuss the outlook for the app gaming industry once Apple requires that app users consent to tracking.
Feb 23, 2021
The End of Third Party Tracking
In this episode of The Data Privacy Podcast, Tom is joined by Gilbert Hill and Avi Ostrin to discuss the recent disagreements between Apple and Facebook. They will discuss what caused the friction, what it means, and the future of tracking technology.
Jan 28, 2021
Avishai Ostrin - Data Privacy Day - Culture Special
On this special episode of The Data Privacy Podcast Tom is joined by Avishai Ostrin to discuss cultural impacts on privacy. They dive into startups and privacy as well as steps privacy consultants should take when looking to introduce a culture of privacy to a company. Also mentioned is the privacyculture.com Global Privacy Culture Survey which has just been announced. The research seeks to establish a global notion of employee privacy practices and sentiments that will provide deep behavioural insights, comparisons for meaningful benchmarking results and trends across *organisational functions,* *business sectors and* *regional jurisdictions. https://www.privacyculture.com/survey* Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/avishaiostrin/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/tom-mcnamara-9805a449/ Websites: https://asserson.co.uk/ https://www.techstars.com/ http://apexprivacy.com/ https://dataprivacypod.com/
Dec 18, 2020
Ted Harrington - Ethical Hacking and IoT
In this episode of The Data Privacy Podcast, Tom is joined by Ted Harrington. Ted is the author of Hackable: How to Do Application Security Right, and the executive partner at Independent Security Evaluators (ISE), the company of ethical hackers famous for hacking cars, medical devices, web applications, and password managers. Tom and Ted discuss a number of topics from ethical hacking, to security risks of COVID and IoT devices, to the IoT Village.
Dec 10, 2020
Gilbert Hill - Rebalancing Power Using PrivTech
In this episode of The Data Privacy Podcast, Tom is joined by Gilbert Hill, the CEO of Tapmydata and the Chair of the Responsible Marketing Committee of the Data and Marketing Association. This episode covers topics from how Zoom improved its security practices, to data ethics and rebalancing power between organisations and consumers.
Dec 3, 2020
Maxime Agostini - What is Differential Privacy?
In this episode of The Data Privacy Podcast, Tom is joined by Matt Kunkel - the Co-Founder and CEO of LogicGate. Tom and Matt will dive into risks in your organisation - how COVID-19 affects our risk landscape, managing risk within your organisation, and why taking risks isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
Nov 20, 2020
Matt Kunkle - How to Manage Risk During a Pandemic
In this episode of The Data Privacy Podcast, Tom is joined by Matt Kunkel - the Co-Founder and CEO of LogicGate. Tom and Matt will dive into risks in your organisation - how COVID-19 affected our risk landscape, managing risk within your organisation, and why taking risks isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
Nov 11, 2020
Laura de Vries - How to create a GDPR Records of Processing Activities (ROPA)?
* Episode Summary* *In this episode of the Data Privacy Podcast, Tom is joined by Laura de Vries from Cuccibu to discuss the Records of Processing Activities (ROPA). They’ll dive into what the ROPA includes, who needs to do one, and the best approach to completing it. * *Resources* *Apex Privacy Data Protection Officer Consultancy* *https://apexprivacy.com/* *Cuccibu* *https://cuccibu.nl/* *GDPR Article 30 - Records of Processing Activities* *https://gdpr-info.eu/art-30-gdpr/* * * *ICO Guidance on Controllers and Processors* *https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-data-protection/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr/controllers-and-processors/what-are-controllers-and-processors/* * * *Help Your Data Protection Friends Reach More People…* *If you like The Data Privacy Podcast, subscribe now and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like it, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (maybe even two).*
Nov 5, 2020
Dean Shapero - What Facebook's Limited Data Use Means for Your Business
*In this episode discuss Facebook’s Limited Data Use feature with Loginhood's CEO Dean Shapero. What is Facebook's Limited Data Use feature? What it means for our ecommerce businesses and what you should do to prepare. Tom and Dean also get into what a future internet without cookies will look like, and why if you’re a marketer you should be preparing now. Dean is a privacy advocate and the founder of Loginhood. Prior to Loginhood, he was employee number one tech startup called Rads, which he grew from concept to exit. He then went to Rodale to lead their programmatic business and start their data monetization practice, growing it to a 15 million per year business. As Per Loginhood's website "*As of October 20th 2020, Facebook will implement new restrictions for targeting advertising to California residents. Without putting a compliance tool in place, marketers are risking conversion drops as high as 84% and legal penalties of $2,500 per site visitor."
Oct 30, 2020
Debbie Reynolds - Data Privacy threats in Biometric Technology
In this episode Tom is joined by The Data Diva - Debbie Reynolds to discuss Data Privacy and Biometrics. Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva,” is a Global Data Privacy & Protection Expert, Technologist, Speaker, Author & Educator. Debbie is the Founder, CEO, and Chief Data Privacy Officer of Debbie Reynolds Consulting LLC. “The Data Diva,” is a world-renowned technologist, thought-leader, and advisor to Multinational Corporations for handling global Data Privacy, Cyber Data Breach response, and complex cross-functional data-driven projects. Debbie is an internationally published author, highly sought speaker, and top media presence about global Data Privacy, Data Protection, and Emerging Technology issues. Ms. Reynolds has also been recognized as a Technology Visionary and as a top leader in the Data Privacy industry worldwide. Debbie Reynolds Consulting -www.debbiereynoldsconsulting.com/ Tom McNamara - www.apexprivacy.com Addittional reading: https://www.biometricupdate.com/2…
Aug 26, 2020
Evan Rutchik - The Value of Consented Data
In this episode Tom is joined by Evan Rutchik. Evan is the managing director of Ogury. Ogury offers an advertising engine which is driven by user choice or in data privacy terms, informed consent The conversation focuses on the importance of quality consented data as it relates to ad-tech. Developments in data privacy regulation means that companies across the globe are expected to gather informed consent for the use of individual’s data but this is not the case in the US. Orgury is different in that all users consent to the use of their data and Evan explains the benefits to businesses who as their users for their consent and give the user control over their data. To find out more about Ogury visit https://ogury.com/ If you would like to contact Evan directly you can email email@example.com. Would you like to appear as a guest on The Data Privacy Podcast or have questions for our host Tom - contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Aug 10, 2020
Tom Pendergast - Effective Training & Awareness
*Tom Pendergast of MediaPro joins us today to discuss how people (staff are people too) learn and how businesses of all sizes can create effective training and awareness programs which are enjoyable. Tom will share some examples and highlight some pitfalls that companies may experience when creating employee training and awareness programs and in particular training and awareness as it relates to data privacy.*
Jul 10, 2020
Charles Smith - Balancing privacy obligations and video innovation
In this episode, we are joined by Charles Smith. Charles is the co-founder of Col8. Previously a design engineer at Dyson, Charles went on a journey into consulting at major institutions, and as a manager in IBM's Business StrategyTeam. Prior to Col8 Charles has managed multi-million-pound software programs in the secretive world of nuclear-powered submarines. Outside of work, Charles is a keen sportsperson spending, money hours backcountry skiing, enduro mountain biking, Iron Man, but more recently committing to a gruelling training schedule of ultramarathon and trail running. This episode sees Charles and Tom discuss some of the problems with the use of video as it pertains to data privacy. They discuss some sectors which could be enhanced by more open use of video as a means of training and accountability and lots more. The follow up on this episode or if you have any questions for Charles on the topic please go to www.col8.net or contact email@example.com
Jun 22, 2020
Simon Hinks & Toni Vitale - A closer look at Data Subject Access Requests
Simon and Toni return for a Question and Answer style episode. Following from the previous episode where data subject access requests were discussed in dept, Toni walks us through the steps for completing a DSAR from when it is first received right through gathering the data and delivering the data to the data subject. Toni Vitale is of JMW Solicitors LLP (https://www.jmw.co.uk/) provides legal advice to clients on data protection and privacy. Simon Hinks of PMA Limited (http://www.p-m-a.co.uk/) helps businesses with their GDPR compliance obligations.
Jun 4, 2020
Simon Hinks & Toni Vitale - Looking at SAR's
In this episode we are joined by Simon Hinks and Toni Vitale. This episode is packed with practical advice around dealing with Subject Access Requests. We take a close look at the GDPR right to be informed and best practices when dealing with a Subject Access Request (SAR). How to identify a Subject Access Request? We discuss fear's around engaging with data subjects who make a SAR as well as creating processes to deal with a requests. Toni Vitale is Partner and the Head of Data Protection at JMW Solicitors LLP (https://www.jmw.co.uk/). Toni provides legal advice to clients on data protection and privacy (including the GDPR, e-privacy, & PECR), net neutrality, information and reputation management and cybersecurity. Simon Hinks of PMA Limited (http://www.p-m-a.co.uk/). Simon helps businesses with their GDPR headaches to ensure they are compliant within the data protection regulatory framework.
May 22, 2020
Richard Vibert - Data Privacy Challenges for Startups
In this episode, we are joined by Richard Vibert, CEO and founder of Metomic, a UK startup with the ambitions to make the internet a more fair and transparent for users. In this episode, Thomas and Richard discuss how personal data has matured from being seen as an out and out asset to now being considered a potential liability and how the GDPR in the best sense could act like a vehicle to a new internet where it's a totally transparent, open and more controllable and ethical environment. They also assess what startup founders are missing when it comes to data privacy.
Apr 30, 2020
Nathan Kinch - Data Trust by Design
In this week’s episode Tom is joined by Nathan Kinch. Nathan is the CEO of Greater Than X. He's the creator of Data Trust by Design and dabbles in startup investments when he can. He's spent the bulk of his career grappling with the complexity and nuance of the rapidly evolving personal information economy. He's led work for governments, big tech, banks, teclos, startups, as well as research and policy institutes. He writes often and speaks at events all around the world. He lives most days like it's a holiday with his beautiful family on the Gold Coast. Nathan discusses the value of trust in the information economy and why he believes companies which win user trust will win the future.
Mar 29, 2020
Richard Merrygold - Knowing when to automate compliance
The data privacy space has exploded since the GDPR came into effect and there are lots of great tools out there to assist organisations to comply with ever more complex regulations. Today Tom is joined by Richard Merrygold to discuss when does automation make sense. What compliance obligations are prime for automation as well as discussing some of the key qualities that a data protection officer should possess. Richard is co-founder of i-STORM Solutions Ltd, a boutique consultancy which specialises in providing data protection and information security consultancy and solutions to a wide range of organisations across the UK and Europe. https://istormsolutions.co.uk/
Mar 28, 2020
Stephen Massey - Data Privacy during a global crisis
The coronavirus global emergency has seen millions of employees forced to work from home. Businesses large and small have been scrambling to roll out their business continuity plans. In this episode, Tom is joined by Stephen Massey of Fox Red Risk Solutions who explains that it is never to plan and, plan and plan again in situations like these. They discuss some schemes out there looking to take advantage of people during these troubling times and also consider the effectiveness of proposed government track and trace applications.
Mar 20, 2020
Eps 101 Preview
*Stephen Massey MSc CISSP FIP* talks access controls and 2FA as well as a worrying trend he has seen among remote workers since the outbreak of the coronavirus in the upcoming episode.