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Digital Transformation for Incident Management: Lessons Learned from Live Q&AOct 13, 2022
In the latest session of The Privacy Collective, we discussed digital transformation for privacy incident management with two very special privacy guests from American Specialty Health – James Van Beek, VP of Regulatory and Program Compliance, and Katelyn Johnston, Privacy Office Manager of Regulatory Strategic Development. The privacy landscape is quickly changing and there’s only one way to keep up – leveraging technology that adapts with privacy trends.Read More
Digital Transformation in Privacy: Think Big, Start SmallFeb 10, 2022
What does it take to be successful with digital transformation? Big, audacious ideas! But first, it’s important to start small. In the recent IAPP panel, Demystifying Digital Transformation in Privacy, Victor Maciel, Director, Global Data Privacy & Protection Office at Raymond James, joined Greg Sikes, Vice President of Product at RadarFirst, to discuss how to get started with the digital transformation journey. Learn more.Read More
7 Steps to Get Started with Digital Transformation for PrivacyFeb 4, 2022
Wherever you are on the journey to more digitized solutions and automation, the latest session of The Privacy Collective, Privacy in a Transforming (Digital) World, provides an introduction to digital transformation for privacy professionals. Victor Maciel, director, Global Data Privacy & Protection Office at Raymond James, a diversified financial services firm, shares best practices to kick off transformation initiatives to accelerate efficiency and reduce risk. Learn about Victor’s top 7 steps to get started with digital transformation for privacy.Read More
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