Partially Redacted: Data Privacy, Security & Compliance

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.

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October 19, 2022

Differential Privacy with Dr. Yun Lu

Dr. Yun Lu of the University of Victoria specializes in differential privacy and she joins the show to explain differential privacy, why it's such a promising and compelling framework, and share some of her research on applying differential privacy in voting and election result reporting.

October 12, 2022

Encryption Key Management and Its Role in Modern Data Privacy with Osvaldo Banuelos

Osvaldo Banuelos, lead software engineer at Skyflow, joins the show to share his knowledge and expertise about encryption key management and its role in modern data privacy.

October 5, 2022

Introduction to Tokenization and Encryption with Joe McCarron

Sean and Joe discuss tokenization and encryption, how they are different, the problems they solve, and what every engineer should know about these techniques.

September 28, 2022

Privacy Engineering at CMU and Privacy Decision Making with Dr. Lorrie Cranor

Dr. Lorrie Cranor began her career in privacy 25 years ago and has been a professor at Carnegie Mellon University in the School of Computer Science for 19 years. Today, she serves as director and professor for the CMU privacy engineering program.

September 21, 2022

What Every Company Should Know About Privacy with Robin Andruss

Robin Andruss has spent her career working in and thinking about privacy and compliance. She's previously held privacy roles at Google, Yahoo!, and Twilio, where she served as the Global Director for Privacy and Data Protection. She's currently the Chief Privacy Officer for Skyflow.

September 14, 2022

Common Data Security and Privacy Mistakes with Daniel Wong

Daniel Wong holds more than 50 patents on database security, and spent 8 years serving as Oracle's Director of Engineering, Security, pioneering much of the modern database security methods and techniques.