I was recently interviewed for an article on Data Governance & Privacy for a number of periodicals including Info Risk Today on “Data Governance: How to Tackle 3 Key Issues: The Importance of Accountability, Data Inventory, and Automation. Below is the full text of my interview for additional context. With privacy law getting stronger by the day, it has become all the more important for companies to know where the data lies…. Read More
MUST-SEE WEBINAR: SAVE THE DATE – January 22 “California Consumer Privacy Act – Now What Do We Do?” Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_inuTshVvT9SAQ_XGa Learn: Why data protection and privacy are important to my business What to do in case of a data breach Preparation for a cyber-attack Preparation for CCPA Preparation for PII/PHI breach response When: Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2020 Time: 10 a.m. PST/1 p.m. EST
As I’ve traveled around California doing my “Blessings of the CCPA” presentation, I’ve been asked repeatedly about the “average” cost of a CCPA solution from CFO’s, GC’s and IT folks alike. It’s a loaded question because there are many aspects to the law, from policy revision to website disclosures and consumer data request fulfillment. One size does not fit all and organizations need to spend time methodically planning their approach before they begin setting aside budget and other resources.
What is the CCPA and why should you care? In response to recent stateside efforts to enshrine data protection including the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), organizations are revisiting the efficacy of their Data and Information Governance (IG) programs. Laws and regulations vary by industry and company size. Yet each intend to protect consumer’s personal data by prescribing technical and governance standards backed by stiff penalties for non-compliance. What you need to… Read More
Rafael Moscatel, managing director at CAPP, joins GRC & Me to discuss how his background in law and consulting ultimately led him to the world of GRC. He shares how one tweet led to a watershed moment in compliance and privacy, and tells his deeply personal connection to California adoption records. Rafael also explains how CCPA should be viewed as a blessing that helps better understand what’s “under the hood” of your company.
We share and store our most sensitive personally identifiable information (PII) on countless computers, networks, and devices. Within an organization, PII can be found scattered in emails, databases, shared drives and more.
illiams Data Management, southern California’s leader in data protection, has partnered with Rafael Moscatel, managing director of Compliance and Privacy Partners, and George Baldonado, president and CEO of Oasis Technology, Inc. to host a “Data Protection, A Primer For Your Fiduciary: It’s Your Business, Protect It!” lunch in conjunction with the Century City Chamber of Commerce.