Published: March, 2022
Privacy and security are related. Privacy relates to any rights you have, to control your personal information and how it’s used. Think about those privacy policies you’re asked to read and agree to when you download new smartphone apps.
Security, on the other hand, refers to how your personal information is protected. Your data -different details about you -may live in a lot of places. That can challenge both your privacy and your security.
Some people regard privacy and security as pretty much the same thing. That’s because the two sometimes overlap in a connected world. But they aren’t the same, and knowing how they differ may help you to protect yourself in an increasingly connected world.
Security and Privacy have shared a few principles related to controls and assurance; however, each discipline has different goals and principles.
In this online CPE webinar discussion regarding 3 important differences between Privacy and Security that are key to developing successful controls is conducted.
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, Carrillo s.r.o
Jorge Carrillo, PhD has been helping organizations across Europe in assessing, designing, implementing and improving their IT cyber-security practice from more than 18 years. His major focus is on Cybersecurity and Data Protection, however, he has been involved in other compliance areas, such as IT Audit, PCI, SOX and Accessibility. He is an active guest Lecturer at several universities - sharing good practices and methodologies in Privacy by Design, Agile and other project Management Methodologies. You can reach out to him at https://privacytech.guru
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May 26th, 2022
It was hard to follow the instructor as he jumped around a lot from one topic to another.