In this presentation, we will delve into how the ever-changing privacy and cybersecurity landscapes affect you and your work.
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Ross Saunders is the PrivSec Director at Bamboo Data Consulting, a niche consultancy servicing the intersection of Governance, Privacy, and Security. Ross is a global privacy, defensive security, and infrastructure specialist working within numerous industries to implement privacy programs and technical infrastructure controls.
With a background in IT infrastructure security, software development, and Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC), Ross is able to assist in a wide range of disciplines surrounding compliance, security, and privacy. He regularly assists companies with advisory, awareness campaigns, and practical implementations of privacy and security programs.
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In this presentation, we will delve into how the ever-changing privacy and cybersecurity landscapes affect you and your work. No longer the domain of just the IT department or legal team, everyone needs to have a basic understanding of their role to play in these subjects. While this can seem daunting, understanding the fundamentals is no longer as complicated as it was years ago.
Basic cybersecurity hygiene is easy to achieve, with small steps having a huge impact on your business. Similarly, you don’t need to know everything about privacy legislation to have good practices, knowing the principles that privacy is built lets you comply with relative ease.
This presentation will cover the fundamentals of cybersecurity and privacy with real-world examples of how you can apply good practice today, instead of reacting to an issue down the line.
Summary of take-aways:
● The effects of cybersecurity and privacy on yourself and clients ● Fundamental cybersecurity practices to safeguard yourself and your clients ● The principles of privacy and how to incorporate them into your work