RadarFirst Blog

Scaling a Privacy Program for the Future

In a special executive session of The Privacy Collective, Greg Sikes, Vice President of Product at RadarFirst, talks with Ron Whitworth, Chief Privacy Officer of Truist, one of America’s largest new banks, about what it takes to prioritize and scale privacy teams for the future.

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11 Privacy Regulatory Enforcement Trends

What are the biggest trends in the privacy regulatory space? In the latest The Privacy Collective, Kelly Matoney, executive director of privacy at Vista Consulting Group, talks with Lauren Wallace, RadarFirst’s chief privacy officer and general counsel. Read the blog to discover the 11 biggest privacy regulatory enforcement trends in 2021.

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Avoid Confusion, Delays, and Redundancy in Incident Resolution

Despite continued investment into security prevention, organizations report that the number of data incidents which occur has continued to rise year and year. In October, Sylvia Sandoval, Director of Privacy Operations at USAA joined us for our 17th session of The Privacy Collective, “Breaking Barriers for Efficient, Collaborative Incident Resolution” to discuss how organizations can establish efficient incident response processes by connecting silos, establishing centralized teams, and building trust with communication.

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Incident Response Planning for Healthcare

Laura Rieben, Deputy Privacy Officer at Independence Blue Cross, joined The Privacy Collective on June, 24, 2021 to discuss the unique challenges health insurers face while managing personal information, navigating complex data breach notification obligations, and wrangling third-party contractual obligations.

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7 Tips to Improve Collaboration

Collaboration between privacy, security, and compliance is essential in navigating the complexities of privacy regulations. Deborah Rimmler, counsel with Dentons Law Firm, shares 7 tips for improving collaboration to reduce risks to save the world from fragmented and inefficient methods.

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