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Data Privacy Compliance: A Critical Moving Target
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Data Privacy Compliance: A Critical Moving Target 

“A lot of people in the security world want to talk about security, not compliance. But you can’t help secure things if you don’t know what you’re supposed to be securing,” says host and Principal Security Analyst Jen Stone (MCIS, CISSP, CISA, QSA). 

In this episode, NuSkin Data Governance Analyst, Gabrielle Harris (CIPP/E, CIPM, MSML) explains how security and compliance are permanently entwined, “Even though ‘compliance’ has a negative connotation and ‘security’ has a positive one, the truth is that compliance builds brand reputation and trust with customers. Protecting data is an ethical thing, and we would all hope that whoever is protecting ours is taking it seriously.”

With experience in over 50 markets, Harris brings a big-picture understanding, a positive attitude, and a tireless work ethic to privacy programs. Listen to this episode to learn:

  • Pervasive attitudes and pitfalls that can hinder GDPR, HIPAA, and CCPA compliance 

  • Critical points in your step-by-step compliance process that build rapport and respect, including whom to involve and when

  • What you need to understand about the differences between security standards and privacy laws

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[Disclaimer] Before implementing any policies or procedures you hear about on this or any other episodes, make sure to talk to your legal department, IT department, and any other department assisting with your data security and compliance efforts.

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