Privacy and Information Security for the Non-Specialist: Seeing the Forest for the Trees?

20 Mar , 2023

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There are myriad local, state, federal, and international laws, regulations, and industry standards relating to information security and privacy. All too often, practitioners can easily fail to see the forest for the trees in this area. 

In this session, we pull back from the individual trees to get a look at the entire forest. This is done by identifying the three common threads that run through almost every law, regulation, or industry standard in the privacy/information security space. By focusing on the commonalities between and among the many laws, regulations, and standards, non-specialist can obtain a solid grasp of the fundamentals in this practice area. The discussion will also include many real-world examples.

 

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