December 2, 2021

Demystifying the De Identification of Data - How to Protect your Organization’

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December 1, 2021
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Kevin Downey

Kevin Downey, Chief Technical Officer and co-founder at Data Sentinel, Liana Di Giorgio, Senior Associate at Norton Rose Fulbright, and Patricia Thaine, MSc, CEO and Co-founder of Private.ai  discuss the art of de-identification of data in support of data privacy and data governance programs. The team participated in the Canadian RegTech Association annual event held in Toronto. Sensitive data management and the masking of data are the keys to a successful data governance and data privacy program success!

December 2, 2021

Demystifying the De Identification of Data - How to Protect your Organization’s Data

Date:
December 1, 2021
Hosted By:
Register Now

Kevin Downey, Chief Technical Officer and co-founder at Data Sentinel, Liana Di Giorgio, Senior Associate at Norton Rose Fulbright, and Patricia Thaine, MSc, CEO and Co-founder of Private.ai  discuss the art of de-identification of data in support of data privacy and data governance programs. The team participated in the Canadian RegTech Association annual event held in Toronto. Sensitive data management and the masking of data are the keys to a successful data governance and data privacy program success!

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