Privacy Sigma Riders is essential listening for anyone interested in cybersecurity, data protection and privacy. Hosted by Cisco Chief Privacy Officer Michelle Dennedy and team, guest experts and innovators explore increasing the value of data with novel approaches to data privacy.
The Internet of Things Meets Privacy
Joseph Bradley, Cisco’s VP of Internet of Things, discusses the role of context in securing IoT, generating business value from IoT, and the skill sets needed to successfully drive IoT in the future.
Can Oversharing Information be the Best Medicine?
In today’s new age of digital medicine and near-universal availability of information, we need to be conscious about how we use technology and share information. For patients thrust into the medical world, their context for privacy can change dramatically.
Sometimes, that context takes the form of private sharing groups on social media. In this podcast, Jay Libove shares unique insights on this front, both as a security and privacy professional and as a patient himself.
The Value Chain, Trust, and Lasagna
If you’ve never thought of your digital value chain as a delicious lasagna, you should. That’s what Edna Conway, chief security officer for Cisco’s global value chain, explains in the latest Privacy Sigma Riders podcast.
Hear about the new model of security in a digital value chain, where you’re only as good as the sum of your third-party ecosystem. In this model, trust is currency, and hyper-connectivity includes ethics and human behavior along with data and technology.
Parents, Don’t Let Your Children be Victims Online
We’re raising the first completely digital generation. While it sometimes can feel like they were born with chips implanted in their brains, the reality is that online risks are everyday events for teens. And they rarely tell us. Get great tips on how we can help our kids stay safe online and bring values to their digital life.
Is the GDPR Already Obsolete?
In the latest episode of the Privacy Sigma Riders podcast, Christopher Millard, professor of privacy and information law at Queen Mary University in London and senior counsel to the law firm Bristows, provides insight into some of the data challenges and privacy shortcomings of the GDPR.
insights on privacy outside conventional thought
Michelle and her friends and colleagues give one-of-a-kind perspectives on privacy and data protection issues well beyond the basics.
Podcasts like this will shed light on the true need and right for privacy as we spiral into the digital age. Most people don't think about it until something happens to them. Tune in to this fun, witty and interesting series to learn why Privacy matters.
On the Road to Security and Data Privacy
Great to have both the vision of what is needed for privacy in the digital era as well as a structured framework of how to embed it into a global corporation. Having the executive buy-in is key!