Approaching Privacy as a Business Plan for Data

April 8, 2019 • Zane Pokorny

Our guest today is Michelle Dennedy. She’s vice president and chief privacy officer for Cisco. An outspoken advocate for building technologies that not only enhance our lives but also promote integrity and respect for people regardless of their level of technical sophistication, Michelle is leading the charge for better understanding and implementation of privacy and data security policies around the world.

Our conversation includes her thoughts on why organizations find privacy so challenging, the differences between aspirational messaging and foundational values, and where she thinks the next generation of security and privacy professionals may take us.

This podcast was produced in partnership with the CyberWire.

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