Diana Kelley, Microsoft I Bill Mew, Crisis Team I Michelle Drolet, Towerwall Inc. I Guy Cohen, Privitar
There is an old adage that says you can have security without privacy, but not privacy without security. Knowing the differences and overlap between the two is key in today's data landscape.
Think about it this way - if security is the safeguarding of your data, privacy is the safeguarding of your identity as a user. For many, striking the right balance between privacy and security has never been more critical.
Join us for The (Security) Balancing Act, a new series where we will explore the difference between privacy and security, their core principles and what's needed to balance the two.