Eric Hibbard, CISSP-ISSAP, ISSMP, ISSEP, CISA, CCSP; Steven W. Teppler, Esq.; Thomas Rivera, Chair, SNIA DPPC
Failing to protect sensitive information can put a lot of people at risk of being exploited by cybercriminals, and can make a company face enormous legal penalties.
The way information is shared and stored can put the information at risk.
It is risky to store personal information on portable devices, which are easily lost or stolen.
In addition, the consequences of a data breach can be devastating. Identity theft could lead to financial losses, and a company could face lawsuits and legal penalties.
This presentation will cover what kinds of personal information must be protected & guidelines for keeping this info safe.
After viewing this session, attendees should:
1. Understand how Privacy is defined
2. Highlight some of the Privacy regulations from around the globe
3. Understand what information to safeguard
4. Understand how these privacy regulations affect organizations that handle personal information