Security and privacy | Cybersecurity Sessions #9 with Charlie Osborne
Many businesses argue that they need to collect information about customers to verify who they are and secure their accounts. However, this is at odds with online privacy advocates, who say organizations are compromising our security by collecting far too much information about us.
In this episode, Netacea co-founder Andy Still talks to @ZDNet cybersecurity journalist Charlie Osborne about the intrinsic link between security and privacy, how legislation like the GDPR has strengthened both, and where responsibility lies for protecting our privacy online.
Charlie Osborne, Cybersecurity Journalist at ZDNet
Charlie Osborne is a cybersecurity and finance reporter for ZDNet and has written about business tech, innovation, and cybersecurity since 2011 for CBS Interactive, Informa, and Mastercard. She is also a freelance journalist for several top-tier security titles including Cybersecurity Venture and The Daily Swig. In addition to her passion for writing Charlie also has a keen interest in photography and occasionally tries her hand at a bug bounty or two.
✔ How important is privacy to security and vice versa?
✔ Where should responsibility lie for protecting our privacy online?
✔ Does businesses collecting more information about their customers help or hinder security?
✔ Has GDPR changed attitudes to privacy and security, and how does this differ in the EU and the USA?
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