GDPR
Mark Wellins

GDPR Weekly Podcast – 1touch.io

Take a listen to 1touch.io being featured on two straight GDPR Weekly Podcasts. Chief Customer Officer Mark Wellins was interviewed, and provided insight on how he sees the data privacy world evolving.  The first one can be found here. Mark starts speaking in the 28th minute. For the second one, click here. Mark starts speaking […]

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Itzhak Assaraf

Dear CISO: Who is Responsible for Data Privacy?

In Theory: The legal team/DPO should lead the privacy policy as well as manage direct interaction with data subjects, such as DSAR management. Security should lead the implementation of the privacy policy, including how to create, monitor, and protect the organization’s personal data inventory. In Practice: CISOs have the knowledge, tools and business processes in […]

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Daniel Zacks

A Controlled and Happy Family

This August, my wife and I are expecting our first child. We are very excited and thankful that it is really happening. Doing the research that we’ve done has made me really think about the parent-child relationship. The parent-child relationship changes forms throughout stages of life. As a fetus, the mother does everything. As a newborn, […]

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Mark Wellins

The U.S. and Europe are Approaching GDPR and Data Privacy Very Differently

Mark Wellins, Chief Customer Officer of 1touch.io, wrote in CPO Magazine this month about the different ways the U.S. and Europe are approaching GDPR. “Well, GDPR is not scaring anyone. In fact, it’s a lawyer’s dream come true. It’s becoming quite clear Europe and the U.S. are attacking GDPR compliance problems from different angles. In […]

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Zak Rubinstein

Are Enterprise and Consumer Interests Aligned?

While this may be counter-intuitive, the short answer is yes. While I can’t point to any specific studies, it does appear that organizations generally view regulations as a burden that requires resources, without much ROI (Return on Investment). Sure, there is an ROI in not getting fined, but since when do we define ROI on […]

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Zak Rubinstein

Keeping it Private for the Good of the Company

“The unseen enemy is always the most fearsome” -George R.R Martin, A Clash of Kings, ‘Game of Thrones’ Hold on a second. Maybe we have it all wrong. I am not big on picking off the corpses of broken reputations like a carrion bird, but I think we need to rethink privacy for a second. In […]

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