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Balancing Employee Privacy With Data Security

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Data security shouldn’t be a net negative for your employees — and security shouldn’t mean sacrificing employee privacy. With the right tools, strategy and communication, you can protect your data and your business while empowering and trusting your employees to work more productively.


Protecting your data from insider threats also requires a focus on employee privacy and productivity. Compliance with data privacy regulations is an absolute must. In turn, employees need access to data to be productive in their jobs. Use the four steps in this white paper to balance privacy and security in your organization.


Key takeaways from this white paper:

  • What new data privacy regulations mean for security, legal, IT and HR teams
  • 4 steps to data privacy compliance that doesn’t sacrifice privacy or productivity
  • How a smartly built insider threat program can give you security that protects your data and your employees

About the Author

Todd Thorsen, CISSP, CISM and CIPP/US, is a director of governance, risk management and compliance at Code42. Previously, Todd led the enterprise third-party security team, where he was responsible for third-party security, privacy and compliance across all retail, banking and healthcare operations.

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