It’s time to talk about data privacy (again)

Uncategorized Posted Apr 3, 2013 by chenpr

cybersecurity_keyboard_lock_315x309_carousel-304Everyday we’re logging onto social media across multiple devices, accessing our email on smartphones, and shopping on our tablets.  I could go on and on with this list because we’re constantly transferring data.  But have you ever asked yourself, what happens to all that data? Where does it go?

There are data sharks everywhere and we’re seeing story after story in the news of the data breach epidemic.  The responsibility is greater than ever to ensure your customers that their personal data is secure.

To address this increasingly important issue, the MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge will host an Innovation Series Event, “EntrepreNous: The Roles of Customer Privacy and Trust in Innovation,” on Wednesday, April 10, 2013.

Not only will this Innovation Series feature a superstar panel of industry experts but the discussion will be moderated by CHEN’s own Kevin Kosh.  You can snag a preview of what will be discussed at this event by listening to Kevin’s Podcast Preview with Randall Cronk or check out Kevin’s blog post from last week, where he elaborates on his podcast.

The panel will be there to guide you through the process of becoming a custodian of customer data and walk you through the risks and responsibilities of building a business.

To register and learn more visit here.

You can also learn more about this event by visiting the Facebook event page and following MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge on Twitter.