106 episodes

“ADCG on Privacy & Cybersecurity” podcast brings together leaders in the privacy and cybersecurity arenas to discuss a wide range of issues ranging from the proposed federal and state regulations to best practices and standards for compliance. Data is the lifeblood of the U.S. economy and economic competitiveness issues loom large. The objective of the podcast is to bring cutting-edge views and newsworthy information on privacy and cybersecurity to our listening audience. The podcast series is global in scope, bringing in issues from the EU, UK, Russia, China, Australia, New Zealand, India, Canada, and around the world.

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“ADCG on Privacy & Cybersecurity” podcast brings together leaders in the privacy and cybersecurity arenas to discuss a wide range of issues ranging from the proposed federal and state regulations to best practices and standards for compliance. Data is the lifeblood of the U.S. economy and economic competitiveness issues loom large. The objective of the podcast is to bring cutting-edge views and newsworthy information on privacy and cybersecurity to our listening audience. The podcast series is global in scope, bringing in issues from the EU, UK, Russia, China, Australia, New Zealand, India, Canada, and around the world.

    105 | AI Driving Legislative and Regulatory Action, Including Action from the Judiciary and Legal Ethics

    105 | AI Driving Legislative and Regulatory Action, Including Action from the Judiciary and Legal Ethics

    In this episode of the ADCG Privacy & Cybersecurity Podcast, host Jody Westby is joined by former Magistrate Judge Ronald J. Hedges, a legal thought leader in the areas of electronic discovery and artificial intelligence and the law. Jody and Ron discuss how AI is driving legislative and regulatory action, including action within the judiciary and ethics rules and guidance from bar associations. In addition to discussing issues with admissibility and discovery of evidence, Ron discusses how the work of three bar associations regarding the use of AI in the legal profession could be a model for professionals in other industry sectors. Ron is a member of the New York and New Jersey state bar associations’ AI Task Forces, and is Chair of the Court Technology Committee of the ABA Judicial Division. He is principal at Ronald J. Hedges LLC.

    • 35 min
    104 | Understanding Software Bill of Materials and Why They Are Crucial for Cybersecurity

    104 | Understanding Software Bill of Materials and Why They Are Crucial for Cybersecurity

    In this episode of ADCG’s Privacy and Cybersecurity Podcast, Jody Westby interviews Jean Camp, Director of the Center for Security and Privacy in Informatics, Computing, and Engineering and Professor of Informatics at University of Indiana. Prof. Camp is a renowned thought leader in privacy and cybersecurity and has conducted meaningful research on issues related to SBOMs and how they could be more effective. In this podcast, we explore the role of SBOMs in cybersecurity, what limits their effectiveness, and the Federal Government's role in advancing the use of SBOMs, developing tools to ease the use of SBOMs, and international efforts to create a harmonized approach to the development and use of SBOMs. Links to some of Prof. Camp’s work in this area is available on the ADCG website.

    • 31 min
    103 | Privacy & Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and the Impact on the Development and Use of AI

    103 | Privacy & Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and the Impact on the Development and Use of AI

    This week the ADCG Privacy & Cybersecurity Podcast is pleased to have Shoshana Rosenberg, CEO and Founder of SafePorter and one of the most respected names in the field of privacy and a thought leader at the intersection of privacy and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion ("DEI"). We discuss her groundbreaking work analyzing how principles governing privacy and DEI can influence the development and use of AI technologies, including how privacy and bias concerns shape the conversation around AI, how the evolving landscape of AI is challenging our traditional understanding of privacy and inclusion, and how advancements in AI both challenge and embrace our ability to uphold DEI principles…and more!

    • 38 min
    102 | Tackling Data Deletion

    102 | Tackling Data Deletion

    This week’s episode of ADCG’s Privacy & Cybersecurity Podcast features a discussion with Jeff Jockisch about his new company, Avantis Privacy, which specializes in data deletion services. Jeff is a renowned privacy researcher, the CEO of PrivacyPlan and CPO of Avantis Privacy. In this episode, we discuss the daunting prospect of managing one’s personal data, data brokers and what they do, and the process of requesting personal be deleted. Jeff discusses the approach taken by Avantis Privacy and offers thoughts on anonymization and what is driving this type of service.

    • 31 min
    101 | American Bar Association: Leading Resource and Policy Leader Through Its Cybersecurity Task Force

    101 | American Bar Association: Leading Resource and Policy Leader Through Its Cybersecurity Task Force

    This episode features Donata Stroink-Skillrud, Co-Founder and President of Termageddon, a software service that specializes in the identification of privacy laws applicable to an organization and the development of privacy policies, terms of service, and end user license agreements for that organization. Donata is an attorney who also represents the American Bar Association’s Section of Science and Technology Law on the ABA President’s Cybersecurity Legal Task Force (CLTF). In this episode, we discuss the CLTF, its purpose, topics and issue areas it addresses, and the cybersecurity resources the CLTF has created for attorneys and law firms (which are free and applicable to many other organizations). We also discuss recent Resolutions that CLTF has put forward for adoption by the ABA, including is AI Resolution. Links to CLTF resources are provided on the ADCG website for this episode.

    • 35 min
    100 | Looking at Cyber Risk Management: the Perspective Across the Pond

    100 | Looking at Cyber Risk Management: the Perspective Across the Pond

    This episode features Dr. Peter Trim, a Reader in Marketing and Security Management at the University of London’s Birkbeck Business School. Dr. Trim has published a dozen books, and his most recent (2023) focuses on Strategic Cyber Security Risk Management. Cybersecurity best practices began in the UK with British Standard 7799, which morphed into ISO 27001/002. Dr. Trim discusses the necessity for a collective approach in cybersecurity and the need to maintain an international perspective. His work endeavors to link cyber risk management theory with practical application through use cases and simulation exercises. We explore the need for improved private sector interaction with academia and the need to integrate cybersecurity risk management content in interdisciplinary curricula.

    • 36 min

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