I’m in discussion with Glenn Buggy about the human capital impact around privacy and The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). For over a year, these issues have generated a lot of questions and uncertainties.
Glenn, a professional with a strong background in the legal and financial field, has well-developed instinct for talent placement. He helps his clients’ organizations tackle these difficult issues.
We’ll be sharing short pieces of our discussions, and look forward to your ideas or thoughts in response.
Glenn, in the current era of breaches, how should companies manage security risks from a human capital standpoint?
“As the world moves into this new phase of cyber risk and data protection regulations, our clients are taking a proactive approach in managing these risks. I help them navigate the hiring process as well as show them how to create an office environment that’s appealing to this highly sought-after talent pool. I oversee the process with out-of-the-box solutions when it appears like the talent pool is extremely limited or doesn’t yet exist. I identify what you need to know when it comes to hiring in the data science field and how we can help you navigate the experience.
“Data Governance, Cyber Risk, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and privacy have all become major buzzwords across organizations, and for good reason. In the wake of data breaches that hit huge companies like Facebook, Marriott, Under Armour, Best Buy, and even Equifax over the past two years, you would be pretty lucky if your personal information was not compromised in one of these incidents. For many organizations, it can seem like only a matter of time before their security is compromised and their customers’ data leaked. In fact, a recent survey published by PwC found that 40 percent of CEOs said they were “extremely concerned” about cyber threats in 2018, up 16 percent from the year before.
“It is time to hire talent that can do their best to protect your company and know how to prepare for the worst. Smart CEOs and boards know that cyber security is not just an IT issue. This is where I help my clients learn best practices when forming a team in the data space, walk them through a competitor organizational charts and offer expert guidance on hiring.”
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