Storage Networking Security Series: Security & Privacy Regulations

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Thomas Rivera, Co-Chair, SNIA Data Protection & Privacy; Eric Hibbard, SNIA Security TWG Chair; J Metz, SNIA Board Chair

About this talk

Worldwide, regulations are being promulgated and aggressively enforced with the intention of protecting personal data. These regulatory actions are being taken to help mitigate exploitation of this data by cybercriminals and other opportunistic groups who have turned this into a profitable enterprise. Failure to meet these data protection requirements puts individuals at risk (e.g., identity theft, fraud, etc.), as well as subjecting organizations to significant harm (e.g., legal penalties). This webcast highlights common privacy principles and themes within key privacy regulations. In addition, the related cybersecurity implications are explored. Lastly, the session will probe a few of the recent regulations/laws to outline interesting challenges due to over and under-specification of data protection requirements (e.g., “reasonable” security). After viewing this webcast, attendees should understand: •How privacy and security is characterized •Data retention and deletion requirements •Core data protection requirements of sample privacy regulations from around the globe •The role that security plays with key privacy regulations •Data breach implications and consequences After you watch the webcast, check out the Q&A blog: https://bit.ly/2FXnB3p
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