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Are you Datasmart? Does your company focus on the right strategy, governance, and legal framework to ensure global data domination? Tune in each week to hear the Ward brothers and their guests dive into the most important issues facing data rights, GDPR preparedness, data privacy, and regulatory changes.

Latest Episodes

E22: How to Build Your Corporate Data Privacy Team (Podcast)

Step one: don't delegate it to the intern in the IT department. Building a solid Privacy Team inside of your company can be challenging, particularly when no one understands why you are doing it. In this episode of "Are You DataSmart?", the Ward brothers outline proven approaches to building a Data Privacy Team and how to ensure that your entire organization stays aligned.

18 min2018 OCT 22
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E22: How to Build Your Corporate Data Privacy Team (Podcast)

E21: Will Changes to CaCPA Water Down the Privacy Law (Podcast)

The ballot initiative was pulled, the law was passed. But will the California Consumer Privacy Act (CaCPA) move forward to be one of the most significant steps in data privacy law or will the law be watered down through the revision process. This is a big test to see how California handles data privacy and it is sure to impact what other States attempt. In this episode of “Are You DataSmart?” the Ward brothers dive into the proposed changes to CaCPA and what you can expect going forward.

17 min2018 SEP 28
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E21: Will Changes to CaCPA Water Down the Privacy Law (Podcast)

E20: Artificial Intelligence and Data Minimization

The opportunities for Artificial Intelligence to transform humanity are enormous. We are seriously excited. However, there are issues with amassing the amount of data necessary for these machine learning based solutions. To become "intelligent" (whether artificially or not) requires immense data and knowledge, and the ability to recall that knowledge. Data Minimization, as a concept, has some very particular issues with the "recall" of data and knowledge and could present a serious impediment to AI development. How will AI evolve while still protecting the privacy and rights of citizens?

18 min2018 SEP 16
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E20: Artificial Intelligence and Data Minimization

E19: 90 Day GDPR Checkup (Podcast)

Well, it has been a little more than 90 days since the GDPR "went live". In this episode of "Are You DataSmart?" the Ward brothers break down the initial global response to GDPR, the rise and fall of DSARs, and two other issues that will be critical to watch as GDPR continues to re-shape the privacy landscape.

23 min2018 SEP 5
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E19: 90 Day GDPR Checkup (Podcast)

E18: ICANN Loses First GDPR Court Decision in Germany

In this episode of the "Are You DataSmart?" podcast, the Ward brothers discuss the first court ruling on GDPR that went against ICANN, the non-profit domains platform that powers the internet. What is so fascinating about this first decision is that it specifically puts "data minimization" on display. It isn't a theory anymore!

17 min2018 JUN 26
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E18: ICANN Loses First GDPR Court Decision in Germany

E17: Carpenter Decision Builds Up Privacy #SCOTUS

The Supreme Court has issued this year's most important ruling on privacy inCarpenter v. United States. It is a major development in privacy law, laying the foundation for an interpretation of the Fourth Amendment that protects against generalized government surveillance by electronic means. Together withUnited States v. Jones, it brings Fourth Amendment jurisprudence into the digital age, and may well effect change in everything from mobile carrier terms of service to the fate of Privacy Shield.

14 min2018 JUN 26
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E17: Carpenter Decision Builds Up Privacy #SCOTUS

E16: GDPR Causes Amnesia Operationally

Episode 16 of the "Are You DataSmart" Podcast covers the major operational issues causedby Article 17 of the GDPR, Right to erasure(‘right to be forgotten’).Deleting records causes amnesia-like symptoms for businesses and will afflict every business that receives a withdrawal of consent or a notice to erase data about an individual or data subject.

17 min2018 JUN 22
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E16: GDPR Causes Amnesia Operationally

E15: An American GDPR - (Podcast)

The race is on! California jumped to an early lead to get the California Consumer Privacy Act onto their fall ballot, but look out! Here comes Vermont, from out of nowhere, to try to be the first State with a GDPR-like law on the books.

23 min2018 JUN 12
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E15: An American GDPR - (Podcast)

E14: The Three Pillars of GDPR (Podcast)

The three pillars of GDPR are transparency, security, and consistency. Regulators have stated they see transparency as the central point, but the other two are equally important. When a natural person asks your company for a Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR), how will you react? The Ward brothers explain what companies need to expect within the three pillars and what is likely to be the biggest burdens as the GDPR rolls out this week.

19 min2018 MAY 21
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E14: The Three Pillars of GDPR (Podcast)

E13: GDPR Wedding Day and the Marriage Ahead (PODCAST)

One of the best analogies this week will be that May 25th in the big wedding day where GDPR gets "hitched" to businesses and their privacy platforms forevermore. Unfortunately, as in real-life, the long marriage may not be as festive as the wedding day. The Ward brothers outline how businesses need a stronger approach for ongoing marital happiness.

13 min2018 MAY 20
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E13: GDPR Wedding Day and the Marriage Ahead (PODCAST)

Latest Episodes

E22: How to Build Your Corporate Data Privacy Team (Podcast)

Step one: don't delegate it to the intern in the IT department. Building a solid Privacy Team inside of your company can be challenging, particularly when no one understands why you are doing it. In this episode of "Are You DataSmart?", the Ward brothers outline proven approaches to building a Data Privacy Team and how to ensure that your entire organization stays aligned.

18 min2018 OCT 22
Comments
E22: How to Build Your Corporate Data Privacy Team (Podcast)

E21: Will Changes to CaCPA Water Down the Privacy Law (Podcast)

The ballot initiative was pulled, the law was passed. But will the California Consumer Privacy Act (CaCPA) move forward to be one of the most significant steps in data privacy law or will the law be watered down through the revision process. This is a big test to see how California handles data privacy and it is sure to impact what other States attempt. In this episode of “Are You DataSmart?” the Ward brothers dive into the proposed changes to CaCPA and what you can expect going forward.

17 min2018 SEP 28
Comments
E21: Will Changes to CaCPA Water Down the Privacy Law (Podcast)

E20: Artificial Intelligence and Data Minimization

The opportunities for Artificial Intelligence to transform humanity are enormous. We are seriously excited. However, there are issues with amassing the amount of data necessary for these machine learning based solutions. To become "intelligent" (whether artificially or not) requires immense data and knowledge, and the ability to recall that knowledge. Data Minimization, as a concept, has some very particular issues with the "recall" of data and knowledge and could present a serious impediment to AI development. How will AI evolve while still protecting the privacy and rights of citizens?

18 min2018 SEP 16
Comments
E20: Artificial Intelligence and Data Minimization

E19: 90 Day GDPR Checkup (Podcast)

Well, it has been a little more than 90 days since the GDPR "went live". In this episode of "Are You DataSmart?" the Ward brothers break down the initial global response to GDPR, the rise and fall of DSARs, and two other issues that will be critical to watch as GDPR continues to re-shape the privacy landscape.

23 min2018 SEP 5
Comments
E19: 90 Day GDPR Checkup (Podcast)

E18: ICANN Loses First GDPR Court Decision in Germany

In this episode of the "Are You DataSmart?" podcast, the Ward brothers discuss the first court ruling on GDPR that went against ICANN, the non-profit domains platform that powers the internet. What is so fascinating about this first decision is that it specifically puts "data minimization" on display. It isn't a theory anymore!

17 min2018 JUN 26
Comments
E18: ICANN Loses First GDPR Court Decision in Germany

E17: Carpenter Decision Builds Up Privacy #SCOTUS

The Supreme Court has issued this year's most important ruling on privacy inCarpenter v. United States. It is a major development in privacy law, laying the foundation for an interpretation of the Fourth Amendment that protects against generalized government surveillance by electronic means. Together withUnited States v. Jones, it brings Fourth Amendment jurisprudence into the digital age, and may well effect change in everything from mobile carrier terms of service to the fate of Privacy Shield.

14 min2018 JUN 26
Comments
E17: Carpenter Decision Builds Up Privacy #SCOTUS

E16: GDPR Causes Amnesia Operationally

Episode 16 of the "Are You DataSmart" Podcast covers the major operational issues causedby Article 17 of the GDPR, Right to erasure(‘right to be forgotten’).Deleting records causes amnesia-like symptoms for businesses and will afflict every business that receives a withdrawal of consent or a notice to erase data about an individual or data subject.

17 min2018 JUN 22
Comments
E16: GDPR Causes Amnesia Operationally

E15: An American GDPR - (Podcast)

The race is on! California jumped to an early lead to get the California Consumer Privacy Act onto their fall ballot, but look out! Here comes Vermont, from out of nowhere, to try to be the first State with a GDPR-like law on the books.

23 min2018 JUN 12
Comments
E15: An American GDPR - (Podcast)

E14: The Three Pillars of GDPR (Podcast)

The three pillars of GDPR are transparency, security, and consistency. Regulators have stated they see transparency as the central point, but the other two are equally important. When a natural person asks your company for a Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR), how will you react? The Ward brothers explain what companies need to expect within the three pillars and what is likely to be the biggest burdens as the GDPR rolls out this week.

19 min2018 MAY 21
Comments
E14: The Three Pillars of GDPR (Podcast)

E13: GDPR Wedding Day and the Marriage Ahead (PODCAST)

One of the best analogies this week will be that May 25th in the big wedding day where GDPR gets "hitched" to businesses and their privacy platforms forevermore. Unfortunately, as in real-life, the long marriage may not be as festive as the wedding day. The Ward brothers outline how businesses need a stronger approach for ongoing marital happiness.

13 min2018 MAY 20
Comments
E13: GDPR Wedding Day and the Marriage Ahead (PODCAST)
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