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Two new standards were adopted around a year ago. In August of 2019, ISO published 27701 an extension to 27001 requirements and guidelines for privacy information management. In January of 2020, NIST published the Privacy Framework, a mirror of the Cybersecurity Framework, adopted five years prior. How are these two standards alike and how do they differ? Which is best for your organization? Learn more from two experts in the area.
R. Jason Cronk – Privacy Engineer, Enterprivacy Consulting Group
R. Jason Cronk is the author of Strategic Privacy by Design, one of the textbooks for the IAPP's privacy technologist certification (CIPT). He was designated in 2014 as a privacy by design ambassador by the Ontario Information and Privacy Commissioner's office and has been a leading figure in privacy by design and privacy engineering ever since. Currently he works as a consultant and trainer for a boutique firm Enterprivacy Consulting Group. He can be found tweeting @privacymaverick
Scott M. Giordano – V.P. and Sr. Counsel, Privacy and Compliance, Spirion
Scott M. Giordano is an attorney with more than 20 years of legal, technology, and risk management consulting experience. An IAPP Fellow of Information Privacy and a Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP), Scott serves as Spirion’s subject matter expert on multinational data protection and its intersection with technology, export compliance, internal investigations, information governance, and risk management. Prior to joining Spirion, he served as Director, Data Protection for Robert Half Legal and established the global privacy program for Esterline Technologies Corporation in Bellevue, WA.
During his career, Scott has held senior positions at several legal technology firms and is listed as co-inventor on Intelligent Searching of Electronically Stored Information, patent no. 13/842,910. In addition, he taught the first law school course anywhere on electronic evidence and e-discovery.
Scott is a member of the bar in Washington state, California, and the District of Columbia.
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