Partially Redacted brings together experts on engineering, architecture, privacy, data, and security to share knowledge, best practices, and real world experiences – all to help you better understand how to use, manage, and protect sensitive customer data.
In this podcast episode, Jimmy Fong, Chief Commercial Officer at Seon, discusses online fraud and the role of Seon's fraud prevention tool. Jimmy covers common fraud patterns, evolving tactics, and the challenges of distinguishing legitimate user behavior from fraudulent activities.
Manny Silva, Skyflow’s Head of Documentation, joins the podcast to share his journey of tinkering with generative AI systems and building a private GPT trained on internal Skyflow documents. Manny discusses his first impression of ChatGPT, how he got interested in this space as a technical writer, and the non-obvious insights he gained along the way.
In this episode, Ashley Jose, a product lead at Skyflow with a decade of experience in SaaS product management, explores the importance of data governance in today's data-driven world. He discusses the impact of growing data on business decisions and highlights the key components of an effective data governance framework.
Anshu Sharma, CEO and co-founder of Skyflow highlights the alarming disparity between the millions of dollars companies invest in cybersecurity and the persistent occurrence of breaches and cyber attacks. Despite these hefty investments, current approaches to cybersecurity are simply not enough to protect customer data.
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.