Anshu Sharma, CEO and founder of Skyflow, joins the show to discuss a radically different approach to privacy, the data privacy vault. With a data privacy vault, a company is making the architectural decision to move their sensitive customer data out of their existing infrastructure and into a vault. The vault is isolated and protected, becoming the single source of truth for all sensitive customer PII, effectively de-scoping existing systems from the responsibilities of compliance, data security, and data privacy.
The data privacy vault makes the principles of privacy by design actionable, creating a system for engineers to implement the principles in the form of privacy by architecture.
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In this episode Roshmik Saha, Head of Engineering at Skyflow, dives into the fascinating realm of data privacy and security solutions. Whether you're considering building your own privacy solution or seeking insights into the infrastructure requirements for handling credit card data securely, this episode has you covered.
In this episode, Constantine Karbaliotis from nNovation, a certified privacy professional with a wealth of experience in the field of privacy and data protection joins the show. During our conversation, we explore the evolution of Canadian data privacy regulations, from their early beginnings to the current landscape, which is shaped by a range of federal and provincial laws.
Daniel Wong, Head of Security and Compliance at Skyflow, joins the show to share his insights into SOC-2 compliance and the steps companies can take to achieve it. Throughout the interview, Daniel explains what SOC-2 compliance is, why it's important, and how it differs from other compliance standards.