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Risk Management, Data Governance, and a GDPR Cake?

October 22, 2020 | By Marissa Wharton

P3: The Project Privacy Podcast 

The Podcast That Helps You Understand The Evolving Data Privacy Landscape

 

Did your company throw a party with the GDPR went into effect? LogMeIn did. And the cake was amazing – scroll down to see! But what does a GDPR party have to do with risk management? Find out on this week’s episode of The Project Privacy Podcast.

This week’s guest is Kayla Williams, Director of Governance, Risk, and Compliance at LogMeIn – the provider of remote work tools such as GoToMeeting and GoToWebinar. Between working with IT groups to establish security and risk frameworks, to collaborating with departments across the company of 4,000+ people to implement governance strategies, Kayla has a lot to think about. But the LogMeIn clients always stay top of mind.

“To protect the PII that we have for our customers, it’s of paramount importance. It’s how we run our business. We could not do our business if we did not have our customers.”

Risk management and data governance in theory is one thing. But how do you put those theories into practice? With years of experience under her belt of doing just that, Kayla has answers. Tune in to hear her tips and best practices and learn more about the GDPR party!

Cake with "GDPR" in frosting
Photo taken by Gerald Beuchelt – LogMeIn CISO – during the LogMeIn GDPR “birthday party” celebration when the law went into effect on May 25, 2018.

The episode – moderated by Patrick Cardiello, Sn. Account Executive – is available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and everywhere you listen to your podcasts. Subscribe to the show to never miss an episode!

On this episode, you’ll learn:

– Advice for companies establishing a formal risk management program
– How to promote cross-functional collaboration
– Risk management and data governance lessons learned

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Marissa Wharton
Marissa is ActiveNav's busy Events Coordinator, responsible for planning and executing events around the [now virtual] world.