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Jules Polonetsky, CEO of the Future of Privacy Forum, and Barbara Cosgrove, chief privacy officer at Workday, talk to me about why one needs to take a global view of privacy, what a chief privacy officer does, and why it’s important for privacy leaders to work together.
Listen on SoundCloud: Workday Podcast: Future of Enterprise Privacy
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If you’re more of a reader, below you’ll find the transcript of our conversation, edited for clarity. You can find our other Workday Podcast segments here.
Josh Krist: Privacy. Most of the talk around privacy these days is in the context of consumer products and services, but in the enterprise context, data-fueled AI and advanced analytics are quietly, but surely, improving business processes, increasing productivity, and surfacing patterns that help business leaders make better decisions, all while incorporating strong privacy protections. On this episode of the Workday Podcast, we’re going to talk about why it’s possible for technology and privacy to co-exist. With me today are