Data privacy, embedded awareness top ISF New York meeting

October 22, 2015

Designating employees – in departments like HR and marketing- as privacy ambassadors can help organizations better safeguard sensitive information, a chief security officer from a large food company, said at the () Meeting: “ & Embedding Security Awareness” held at the Harvard Club in New York.

“Don’t expect them to be data privacy experts,” the CSO said, but they can be “a local resource for privacy,” built-in censors of sorts who can identify personally identifiable information (PII). But, he noted, that he hasn’t determined yet “about how to incentivize them.”

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