The Globalization of Privacy and Considerations Affecting the Cloud presented at GlobalPrivacySummit 2019

by Albert Talreja,

Summary : The adoption rate of cloud computing continues to accelerate, providing immense value to society by enabling the transfer of data across national borders, critical access to education and information, and economic growth in a global economy. However, advancements in technology and the globalization of business have caused the privacy landscape to grow in scope and complexity, shaping the way companies—especially cloud service providers—do business and build products. In this session, representatives from Google Cloud’s global policy team, product org, and privacy and data protection group discuss how privacy impacts cloud and product development, and how businesses running on cloud can strengthen their privacy posture and compliance with evolving global privacy regulation.What you’ll take away:A discussion on key privacy considerations affecting the cloud industryBest practices for strengthening your privacy posture and compliance with evolving global privacy regulation by implementing cloud technologiesA look into how privacy is impacting key areas of growth at Google, including the health care space and AI As Budget Season Approaches, It's No Time to Become ComplacentAlisa Bergman, John Bowman, Jennifer GaroneN/AN/APrivacy professionals have been exceptionally busy over the last couple of years implementing the GDPR and tracking emerging frameworks across the globe. However, organizations cannot afford to become complacent about privacy risk management. With the 2020 budget cycle fast approaching, privacy pros will need to continue to make the case for privacy, often against competing priorities and under pressure from budget holders. This session will provide practical tips and advice on how to keep privacy at the top of the agenda. Topics to be discussed include: how to assess and quantify the impact of new regulatory requirements; what to put in a business case to obtain funding and resources for privacy; what consideration should be given to people, process and technology when proposing a sustainable privacy strategy; and how to secure buy-in from influencers and decision-makers.What you’ll take away:Insight into how to build a sustainable business case for privacyAdvice on developing a privacy strategy once an implementation program has been completedCompelling arguments on why privacy should remain top of the agenda for any organization