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GDPR Stand Up

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Do you need help with GDPR compliance? Are you taking this on at your company and need ongoing support from a professional? You're in the right place! Rocio Baeza is a professional with almost a decade of experience in the cybersecurity, data security, and data privacy space. GDPR is the new benchmark for data privacy. This podcast delivers practical guidance with the end goal of improving how organizations protect consumer data.

Latest Episodes

033: Farewell

This is the last episode of the GDPR Stand Up podcast. Tune in for a brief message for YOU. Should you want to follow what I’m working on next, click here to connect with me on LinkedIn!

-1 sSEP 7
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033: Farewell

032: Sonju’s career pivot to take on GDPR (part 2)

In this episode, I continue my conversation with guest, Sonju, a previous colleague. We have a good chat about her career journey. At a high level, here is a preview of what we cover: Frameworks as additional resources beyond certifications that may be helpful for other GDPR practitioners Our thoughts on the ambiguity of security […]

-1 sAUG 24
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032: Sonju’s career pivot to take on GDPR (part 2)

031: Sonju’s career pivot to take on GDPR (part 1)

In this episode, an old colleague (Sonju) joins as my guest. We have a good chat about her career journey. At a high level, here is a preview of what we cover: Sonju’s career progression from city planner, to web development, information security, and now supporting data privacy at her organization Inspiring words for ANYONE […]

-1 sAUG 17
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031: Sonju’s career pivot to take on GDPR (part 1)

030: Amy on the Legal Risks Presented by GDPR

In this episode, I bring my Legal Counsel (Amy Toepper) on as our guest. We have a good chat and talk about: The legal risks that comes with GDPR Why US-based companies need to pay attention, even if they don’t have a presence in Europe Privacy Policies and why they are so important Helpful Resources: […]

-1 sAUG 10
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030: Amy on the Legal Risks Presented by GDPR

029: Erik Loses $200 in gift card fraud while traveling

In this episode, we discuss: What actually happened How this incident impacted Erik and our family We backtrack to *try* to figure out what went wrong here Practical takeaways for both consumers and practitioners For consumers: A reminder to use gift card funds IMMEDIATELY and in a single transaction A warning to stay away from […]

-1 sJUL 17
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029: Erik Loses $200 in gift card fraud while traveling

028: CCPA Readiness: Things to Know When Tackling In-house

In this episode, we discuss: The 4 things I want you to know when tackling CCPA readiness in-house Complying with the CCPA is a journey Getting started with your CCPA journey will require that you FIRST determine what applies to your organization You need to assess the gaps AFTER determining what applies to your organization […]

-1 sJUL 8
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028: CCPA Readiness: Things to Know When Tackling In-house

Webinar Invite + Hiatus

In this episode, we discuss: Hiatus. The show is taking a 2-week hiatus. I explain why. Webinar invitation for 6/27 @ 2:30 Central time Topic: CCPA Readiness: Things to Know When Tackling This Inhouse Lessons I’ve learned from similar initiatives Rookie mistakes I have made, so you can avoid them Proven techniques that work for […]

-1 sJUN 26
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Webinar Invite + Hiatus

027: [Consumers] I lost $444 to a fraudulent gas supplier change

In this episode, we discuss: What exactly happened that led to our family losing time and money to a fraudulent change to our gas supplier How this unfortunate situation has affected us The things I would do differently if I could travel back in time The pieces of information that the fraudster needed to be […]

-1 sJUN 16
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027: [Consumers] I lost $444 to a fraudulent gas supplier change

026: [Consumers] How are people actually at risk?

In this episode, we discuss: Why I love GDPR so much (i.e. improved transparency and choice/control for individuals/consumers) Article 35: Data protection impact assessments (DPIAs) and the requirement around assessing the risks to the rights and freedoms of people The different ways that a person can be affected if their personal information falls in the […]

-1 sJUN 11
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026: [Consumers] How are people actually at risk?

025: 6 Month Check-in + What’s Coming Up

In this episode, we celebrate our 6-month run! I also talk about: The upcoming changes you can expect New tracks that will provide us with a more well-rounded discussion on improving the state of data privacy for the everyday consumer Helpful Resources: Do you have the perfect guest for our upcoming tracks? Email me and […]

-1 sJUN 2
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025: 6 Month Check-in + What’s Coming Up

Latest Episodes

033: Farewell

This is the last episode of the GDPR Stand Up podcast. Tune in for a brief message for YOU. Should you want to follow what I’m working on next, click here to connect with me on LinkedIn!

-1 sSEP 7
Comments
033: Farewell

032: Sonju’s career pivot to take on GDPR (part 2)

In this episode, I continue my conversation with guest, Sonju, a previous colleague. We have a good chat about her career journey. At a high level, here is a preview of what we cover: Frameworks as additional resources beyond certifications that may be helpful for other GDPR practitioners Our thoughts on the ambiguity of security […]

-1 sAUG 24
Comments
032: Sonju’s career pivot to take on GDPR (part 2)

031: Sonju’s career pivot to take on GDPR (part 1)

In this episode, an old colleague (Sonju) joins as my guest. We have a good chat about her career journey. At a high level, here is a preview of what we cover: Sonju’s career progression from city planner, to web development, information security, and now supporting data privacy at her organization Inspiring words for ANYONE […]

-1 sAUG 17
Comments
031: Sonju’s career pivot to take on GDPR (part 1)

030: Amy on the Legal Risks Presented by GDPR

In this episode, I bring my Legal Counsel (Amy Toepper) on as our guest. We have a good chat and talk about: The legal risks that comes with GDPR Why US-based companies need to pay attention, even if they don’t have a presence in Europe Privacy Policies and why they are so important Helpful Resources: […]

-1 sAUG 10
Comments
030: Amy on the Legal Risks Presented by GDPR

029: Erik Loses $200 in gift card fraud while traveling

In this episode, we discuss: What actually happened How this incident impacted Erik and our family We backtrack to *try* to figure out what went wrong here Practical takeaways for both consumers and practitioners For consumers: A reminder to use gift card funds IMMEDIATELY and in a single transaction A warning to stay away from […]

-1 sJUL 17
Comments
029: Erik Loses $200 in gift card fraud while traveling

028: CCPA Readiness: Things to Know When Tackling In-house

In this episode, we discuss: The 4 things I want you to know when tackling CCPA readiness in-house Complying with the CCPA is a journey Getting started with your CCPA journey will require that you FIRST determine what applies to your organization You need to assess the gaps AFTER determining what applies to your organization […]

-1 sJUL 8
Comments
028: CCPA Readiness: Things to Know When Tackling In-house

Webinar Invite + Hiatus

In this episode, we discuss: Hiatus. The show is taking a 2-week hiatus. I explain why. Webinar invitation for 6/27 @ 2:30 Central time Topic: CCPA Readiness: Things to Know When Tackling This Inhouse Lessons I’ve learned from similar initiatives Rookie mistakes I have made, so you can avoid them Proven techniques that work for […]

-1 sJUN 26
Comments
Webinar Invite + Hiatus

027: [Consumers] I lost $444 to a fraudulent gas supplier change

In this episode, we discuss: What exactly happened that led to our family losing time and money to a fraudulent change to our gas supplier How this unfortunate situation has affected us The things I would do differently if I could travel back in time The pieces of information that the fraudster needed to be […]

-1 sJUN 16
Comments
027: [Consumers] I lost $444 to a fraudulent gas supplier change

026: [Consumers] How are people actually at risk?

In this episode, we discuss: Why I love GDPR so much (i.e. improved transparency and choice/control for individuals/consumers) Article 35: Data protection impact assessments (DPIAs) and the requirement around assessing the risks to the rights and freedoms of people The different ways that a person can be affected if their personal information falls in the […]

-1 sJUN 11
Comments
026: [Consumers] How are people actually at risk?

025: 6 Month Check-in + What’s Coming Up

In this episode, we celebrate our 6-month run! I also talk about: The upcoming changes you can expect New tracks that will provide us with a more well-rounded discussion on improving the state of data privacy for the everyday consumer Helpful Resources: Do you have the perfect guest for our upcoming tracks? Email me and […]

-1 sJUN 2
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025: 6 Month Check-in + What’s Coming Up