A data privacy and security podcast with Cameron Ivey & Gabe Gumbs

Privacy Please

Privacy Please

A genuine and informative podcast about data privacy and security. Your reliable place for best practices, interviews, belly laughs, and real stories.

  • S5, E212 - Should AI Have a Role in the Legislative Chamber?
    by Cameron Ivey on May 23, 2024 at 10:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Should AI have a role in the legislative chamber? Arizona State Representative Alexander Kolodin says "yes," leading to a groundbreaking law crafted by ChatGPT. I'm Cameron Ivey, and I’ll dissect the story behind this innovative bill addressing deepfakes in elections, made with AI assistance and causing ripples in the privacy community.This isn't just another political maneuver; it's a bold step toward a future where AI and lawmakers collaborate to shape regulations. Join me as we delve into the delicate balance of protecting free speech while curbing AI-generated misinformation. We'll explore Kolodin's approach, which includes measures for authenticating deepfakes through judicial channels, while also preserving the realms of comedy and satire.This legislation aims to control narratives and enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of AI-assisted lawmaking. Our discussion will transcend privacy, touching on the essence of truth in the digital age. Tune in, share your thoughts, and let's unpack this futuristic topic together. Love and privacy to all—Cameron Ivey  Support the Show.

  • S5, E211 - Exposing the Ransomware Crisis: Unveiling the Threats to Healthcare Data Security
    by Cameron Ivey on May 17, 2024 at 6:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Explore the dark side of cyber threats as we unveil the terrifying impact of ransomware attacks on the healthcare sector. In a gripping discussion with Cameron Ivey and Gabe Gumbs, we uncover how healthcare institutions are targeted for their sensitive data, risking patient privacy and trust. Through real-life stories of ransom payments gone wrong and the looming threat of repeated attacks, we reveal the harsh reality: paying ransom is just the beginning of the nightmare.Drawing insights from the 2023 Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report, we highlight a disturbing trend where ransomware aims not just to steal data, but to cripple operations, leaving vital medical equipment useless and multiplying the risk of human error. We delve into the shortcomings of data backup strategies and debunk myths surrounding the security of SaaS platforms. Join us for this conversation to empower yourself with more insights to safeguard your organization's data and people against cyber threats. Support the Show.

  • S5, E210 - Engineering the Future of Privacy: Bridging Technology, Ethics, and Law with Jake Ottenwaelder
    by Cameron Ivey on May 9, 2024 at 7:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Discover the intricate dance between technology and ethics as Jake Ottenwaelder, principal privacy engineer at Integrated Privacy LLC, takes us into the heart of fractional privacy engineering. Join us for a captivating journey where Jake, pivoting from cybersecurity to privacy engineering, decodes the complexities of modern data protection laws. He artfully bridges the gap between legal mandates and technical implementation, providing a lifeline to organizations navigating the treacherous waters of GDPR compliance and beyond. This episode is a beacon for anyone seeking clarity on the interplay between privacy, technology, and legal frameworks.As we navigate the subtle distinctions between security and privacy engineering, Jake imparts wisdom on the essence of an engineering mindset in privacy practices. He dissects the rich tapestry of privacy engineering, painting a landscape where ethical data stewardship takes center stage, and integrative privacy solutions redefine how companies interact with consumer data. For those in the security sector eyeing a shift to privacy, Jake offers a roadmap, underscoring process improvement and the potential of privacy automation to transform the industry landscape.We wrap up with a profound discussion on the broader implications of privacy engineering — from the ethical quandaries in AI to the pivotal role data privacy plays in national security. Jake sheds light on the convoluted challenges faced by organizations, such as data deletion and retention, and advocates for equitable privacy that transcends user sophistication. The episode concludes with a reflection on the future of data economy ownership amidst geopolitical shifts, a conversation that will resonate with anyone invested in the intersection of technology, privacy, and global affairs. Support the Show.

  • S5, E209 - Beyond the TikTok Ban: Tackling Systemic Social Media Issues for a Safer Digital Future
    by Cameron Ivey on May 3, 2024 at 5:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Rumor Has It, in Privacy...Banning TikTok won't solve social media's issues with foreign influence, teen harm, and data privacy. Despite the proposed ban, the underlying problems remain unaddressed. We need comprehensive solutions to tackle these challenges head-on.  Support the Show.

  • S5, E208 - Microsoft's Cybersecurity Crisis: A Battle for Trust in the Cloud Era
    by Cameron Ivey on April 23, 2024 at 5:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Rumor has it, in privacy, we discover how a damning federal report has exposed serious lapses in the tech titan's security armor, leaving businesses and individuals to question their trust in the cloud. As Microsoft faces a breach with Chinese fingerprints and a culture of shrugged shoulders towards security investments, we're unpacking what it all means for the future of enterprise safety. Buckle up as we explore the ramifications for Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud, who might just dance in the rain of Microsoft's storm.Listen in as we highlight the Cybersecurity Review Board's urgent call for action and how CEO Nadella is positioned to lead a revolution in Microsoft's approach to cybersecurity.  Support the Show.

  • S5, E207 - Delving into the American Privacy Rights Act Unfiltered
    by Cameron Ivey on April 12, 2024 at 7:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Hold onto your hats because we're cracking open the American Privacy Rights Act – a piece of legislation that's causing quite the stir. Will it be the superhero the privacy community has been waiting for, or is it a wolf in sheep's clothing? We dissect the nitty-gritty from data minimization to opt-out rights and ponder the act's potential global ripple effects on data protection.  Support the Show.

  • S5, E206 - Rumor Has It in Privacy - Go Get Yo Monies
    by Cameron Ivey on April 5, 2024 at 6:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Join us for a our new short Rumor Has It in Privacy.  As I walk you through the labyrinth of class action settlements that could put money back in your pocket. This episode is a treasure map, leading you to the X that marks the spot on significant payouts from big-name companies that might owe you more than just an apology. From Verizon's sneaky fees to Subaru's gear-grinding mishaps and the fiery engines of Kia and Hyundai, I'll be your guide on this solo expedition to reclaim what's yours. Support the Show.

  • S5, E205 - Exploring the Privacy & Cybersecurity Risks of Large Language Models
    by Cameron Ivey on March 28, 2024 at 10:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Prepare to have your mind expanded as we navigate the complex labyrinth of large language models and the cybersecurity threats they harbor. We dissect a groundbreaking paper that exposes how AI titans are susceptible to a slew of sophisticated cyber assaults, from prompt hacking to adversarial attacks and the less discussed but equally alarming issue of gradient exposure.As the conversation unfolds, we unravel the unnerving potential for these intelligent systems to inadvertently spill the beans on confidential training data, a privacy nightmare that transcends academic speculation and poses tangible security threats. Resources: https://arxiv.org/pdf/2402.00888.pdf Support the Show.

  • S5, E204 - Trust in the Age of Transparent Online Feedback
    by Cameron Ivey on March 22, 2024 at 9:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Our discussion takes a turn towards the skepticism now cast over Glassdoor and similar platforms. With anonymity in jeopardy, what's the true weight of an online review? We explore the pitfalls of anonymous comments devoid of context and the importance of leaning on personal networks for the real scoop on companies. The conversation doesn't shy away from the hard questions – it's a prompt for you to scrutinize digital platforms and their promises, urging a proactive stance on personal research. By the end of this thought-provoking dialogue, you'll be inspired to engage in deeper discussions and equipped to navigate the digital realm with a more critical eye... or so we hope. Support the Show.

  • S5, E203 - Is Privacy at Risk in the Age of Artificial Intelligence?
    by Cameron Ivey on March 11, 2024 at 6:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, we'll dissect the challenges that technologists face in harmonizing AI and privacy in their systems, and consider the state of AI governance laws that are shaping our digital future. Plus, get ready for a tale that hits close to home, shedding light on real-world privacy concerns that could affect any of us. Support the Show.

  • S5, E202 - The Next Chapter for NIST Cybersecurity Framework: Governance
    by Cameron Ivey on February 29, 2024 at 2:00 am

    Send us a Text Message.Could the addition of 'Govern' to the NIST Cybersecurity Framework 2.0 be the game-changer in how we approach cybersecurity governance?  We unravel the significant evolution of the framework, now bolstering enterprise risk management with a holistic approach that's essential for any organization, big or small. We dissect the interplay of the six functions—Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, Recover, and the new kid on the block, Govern—and how this integration across the entire lifecycle of protection can redefine the conventional cybersecurity steps. No stone is left unturned as we debate the necessity of maintaining distinct cybersecurity and privacy frameworks in the face of increasing overlap, a question that is becoming more pertinent as the digital age advances. Support the Show.

  • S5, E201 - Securely Speaking: Privacy & Tech Attorney Heidi Saas
    by Cameron Ivey on February 23, 2024 at 4:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Join us for insights into the crucial aspects shaping the future of privacy. We'll delve into the significance of diversity in the privacy sphere, with women at the forefront of leadership roles. Discover why mentorship is indispensable for those embarking on privacy careers. Explore the delicate balance between profit and privacy, as companies often prioritize the former, jeopardizing user trust. Learn about the anticipated impact of CPRA enforcement on data management and privacy practices. Finally, we'll discuss the imperative of addressing biases in AI development to ensure the fairness of algorithms. Don't miss these essential discussions that are shaping the landscape of privacy. Support the Show.

  • S5, E200 - Unpacking the Implications of New AI Legislation SB 1047
    by Cameron Ivey on February 14, 2024 at 2:00 am

    Send us a Text Message.Ever wondered how to keep your AI from turning into a sci-fi cautionary tale? California's Senate Bill 1047 might just be setting the blueprint, and we're unpacking its potential to navigate the tightrope between innovation and consumer safety. Plus, we pay tribute to Black History Month in true literary fashion, tipping our hats to James Baldwin's enduring wisdom in his piercing examination of race in America.This episode isn't just a rundown; it's a journey through the trenches of tech and culture, where we spotlight California's daring stride into the domain of AI legislation and what it could mean for you. As we highlight CalCompute's mission to democratize AI and dissect measures to safeguard whistleblowers, we invite you to join us in a narrative that connects the dots between the pages of history and the code of the future.  Support the Show.

  • S5, E199 - Trading Faces for Safety in US Airports
    by Cameron Ivey on February 9, 2024 at 11:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Prepare to embark on a journey through the looking glass of modern airport security with me, Cameron Ivey, as we tackle the TSA's big bet on facial recognition at over 400 US airports. Get ready to peel back the layers of the high-tech CAT2 machines designed to match your face to your ID, and weigh in on the tug-of-war between rapid convenience and the sanctity of privacy. We dissect the Traveler Privacy Protection Act and its crusade to safeguard our personal data amidst the rise of automated scanning options. You'll learn how to opt out if you're not keen on taking part in the digital lineup and hear from voices on both sides of the aisle, including Senator Jeff Markley. The episode goes beyond the security checkpoint, exploring the societal ripple effects of facial recognition software, as evidenced by corporate bans. So, buckle up for an unfiltered discussion that might just redefine your next trip to the airport. With Privacy Please, your next flight of thought is now boarding! Support the Show.

  • S5, E198 - Honoring Privacy Pioneers: The Guardians of Digital Rights and Debating SEC Oversight
    by Cameron Ivey on February 2, 2024 at 9:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Celebrate the unsung heroes of privacy with us! Privacy Please's own Cameron Ivey and Gabe Gumbs tip their hats to the vanguards like Debbie Reynolds and Nishant Bhajaria, praising their unwavering dedication to our digital rights. We're not just talking shop; we're honoring the innovators who keep our data safe and our futures secure. From discussing the annual Privacy Week to giving a shout-out to those leading the charge, you'll feel the passion behind the pixels in protecting your personal information.Ever wonder if the watchdogs can watch themselves? We tackle the heated debate around the SEC's own data mishaps and whether they should be dishing out advice on data protection. Gabe doesn't pull any punches, defending the regulatory body with the kind of fervor that'll have you rethinking your stance on oversight. Listen in for a nuanced look at the complexities of privacy advocacy in the corporate and regulatory spheres – it's more than just a black-and-white issue. Support the Show.

  • S5, E197 - Corporate AI Dilemmas Tackling Innovation with Privacy in Mind
    by Cameron Ivey on January 26, 2024 at 10:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, discover the fine line between innovative tech and privacy pitfalls as I guide you through the complexities of generative AI in the corporate sector. Cisco's startling survey findings serve as the backbone of our discussion, revealing that a quarter of companies have pressed the panic button on generative AI tools to prevent data leaks and intellectual property breaches. You'll get a front-row seat to the latest industry moves, with tech juggernauts like Apple and Verizon leading the charge, and an exploration into the tension between AI integration and data protection.  Support the Show.

  • S5, E196 -Tech's Dark Side: Unveiling the 'Worst in Show' at CES 2024
    by Cameron Ivey on January 18, 2024 at 9:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, we dive into the underbelly of CES 2024 as consumer and privacy advocates expose the 'Worst in Show.' From BMW's questionable Alexa partnership to disposable Sennheiser earbuds and Instacart's AI cart pushing ads, discover the tech innovations sparking safety, privacy, and environmental concerns.  Support the Show.

  • S5, E195 - Trading Privacy for Profit: Navigating the Data Brokerage Dilemma
    on January 11, 2024 at 7:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Could your phone be spilling your secrets without your consent? Join us as we unravel the unnerving truths behind data privacy infringements, spotlighting the FTC's recent clampdown on X mode. In this enlightening conversation, we explore the treacherous terrain where personal phone location data is bartered for profit, inviting listeners to contemplate the fine line between technological convenience and privacy erosion. We're not shy about the tough questions or the complex answers, with nods to thought leaders like Jeff Jokisch and Heidi Shey for their expert perspectives on this critical issue.This episode is a tapestry of humor, insight, and a serious call to action for tighter regulation in a market that all-too-often undermines our societal values for the sake of profit. Tune in, and you might find yourself weighing the true price of digital convenience against the cold reality of a world where your every move could be for sale.Shout outs:https://www.linkedin.com/posts/heidi-saas-31a7a16_analysis-of-proposed-consent-order-to-aid-activity-7150572092676009984-cd8C/https://www.linkedin.com/posts/jozian_locationdata-locationprivacy-databrokers-activity-7150638135587078145-Qp8D/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_desktop Support the Show.

  • S5, E194 - Japanese Hotel's $1 Stay Raises Privacy Concerns
    by Cameron Ivey on January 5, 2024 at 5:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, we talk about Tetsuya Inoue, manager of Asahi Ryokan Hotel, who introduced a unique strategy allowing guests a $1 stay in exchange for live-streaming their entire visit. Despite the project's conclusion, it gained popularity, highlighting the changing attitudes of younger generations towards privacy. The success also brings attention to the broader implications of sacrificing personal privacy for innovative business models, particularly as hidden cameras in holiday rentals become more prevalent. This case prompts a critical discussion on data privacy in an era where technology increasingly infiltrates daily life. Support the Show.

  • S4, E193 - Final Show of The Year
    by Cameron Ivey on December 29, 2023 at 5:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, we talk about the top episodes from S4 and show our appreciation for the love and support throughout this awesome journey. Looking forward to S5 and the new network we are launching along with our new show! Special shoutout to all of our guests, sponsors and excited for what is to come in 2024! Support the Show.

  • S4, E192 - 2024 Privacy Predictions with The Data Diva & Jonathan Sander
    by Cameron Ivey on December 20, 2023 at 7:00 pm
  • S4, E191 - Navigating Privacy Perils: Cookies, iMessages, and the Art of Not Overreacting
    by Cameron Ivey on December 14, 2023 at 8:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, we unravel the surprising truth behind declining cookies and explore if it poses greater privacy risks than acceptance. We also delve into the recent clash between Apple and Beeper Mini's iMessage service, examining the security concerns and efforts to restore the app. Join us as we navigate the delicate balance between privacy awareness and overreaction, providing insights and practical tips for a more informed digital journey. Tune in and discover why it's crucial to strike the right balance in this evolving landscape of online privacy. Support the Show.

  • S4, E190 - Silent Surveillance: Apple's Shocking Revelation on iPhone Notifications, 23andMe's Cryptic Breach
    by Cameron Ivey on December 7, 2023 at 11:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.In this weeks OVERREACTION episode, we unravel Apple's revelation about potential government spying on iPhone push notifications. Plus, we dive into a significant 23andMe data breach affecting 6.9 million users. Join us for essential insights on these privacy issues and tips to protect your personal data. Tune in to the Privacy Please Podcast – your guide to staying secure in a digital world! Support the Show.

  • S4, E189 - OVERREACTION MONDAY - ChatGPT's Secrets, Healthcare Havoc, and App Watchdogs Exposed!
    on November 30, 2023 at 2:00 am

    Send us a Text Message.In this weeks OVERREACTION MONDAY: Does ChatGPT Save Data? What You Need to Know Massive Healthcare Data Breach Exposes Full Names, SSNs, and More of 9 Million Patients - What Now?Unveiling the Privacy Intrusions: Apps That Could be Watching You Support the Show.

  • S4, E188 - David Crawshaw, CTO & Co-Founder at Tailscale
    on November 16, 2023 at 1:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, we had the pleasure of hosting David Crawshaw, the CTO and Co-founder of Tailscale. Tailscale specializes in offering innovative software and services designed to facilitate a seamless, secure, and efficient transition of businesses to the cloud. David shares insights into his journey back at Google and with Tailscale's unique approach, emphasizing the importance of smooth and safe cloud migration.  Support the Show.

  • S4, E187 - OVERREACTION MONDAY: Hide Yo Kids, Hide Yo Wife, Lock Yo Phones
    on November 14, 2023 at 6:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Overreaction Monday:Get ready to overreact to three privacy-packed articles shaking up the digital scene this this week! 📱 Guardianship Guide: Your Phone, Your Digital Key!Your phone holds the key to your digital life. Ensure you're equipped with the know-how in case it goes missing. Preparing for the worst is simpler than you think, and it's never been more crucial. #DigitalSecurity #PhoneGuardianship #OverreactionMonday🚨 YouTube's Privacy Plot Twist: Criminal Charges Alert!YouTube's in hot water with criminal charges over ad-blocker detection. What does this mean for your online sanctuary? #YouTubePrivacy #DigitalTwist🔒 Privacy Rollercoaster: Battling for Your Digital Secrets!Lawmakers clash over digital privacy rules. Will this ride end with a digital fortress or leave us hanging? #PrivacyBattle #DigitalThrills #OverreactionMonday #TechThrills Support the Show.

  • S4, E186 - OVERREACTION MONDAY In Privacy
    by Cameron Ivey on November 7, 2023 at 10:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Welcome to Overreaction Monday, your weekly rendezvous with the most pressing issues in the digital world. Tune in every Tuesday as we unpack three headline-making stories, delving deep into the realms of privacy, security, and technology. In this episode, we explore the alarming rise of AI-generated fake nudes, posing a significant threat to privacy, the unsettling revelation of 100,000 Torrent Sites users exposed, and the shockingly easy access to sensitive data from military personnel. Join us as we react, analyze, and dissect these major incidents, shedding light on the importance of safeguarding our digital lives. Stay informed, stay secure. Support the Show.

  • S4, E185 - Tom Kemp - Entrepreneur, Investor, Policy Advisor, and Author.
    by Cameron Ivey on October 31, 2023 at 6:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, unravel the mystery of Silicon Valley entrepreneur Tom Kemp, a mastermind in cybersecurity, investor, and policy advisor. Dive deep into his enigmatic journey and glean insights from his groundbreaking book, "Containing Big Tech," where he unveils a path to safeguard civil rights, economy, and democracy. Join us for an intriguing exploration of tech, power, and secrets. Don't miss out! Instacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour.Free delivery on your first order over $35.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the Show.

  • S4, E184 - Securing Your Digital World
    by Cameron Ivey on October 19, 2023 at 6:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, we go into the heart of digital security and personal privacy. As concerns about digital privacy echo historical events, this episode equips you with essential tool and strategies to safeguard your sources and data.Explore the art of secure communication with sources, learn to navigate the digital landscape anonymously, and discovery how to fortify your email correspondence. In a world where your privacy matters more than ever, embrace radical privacy measures and stay one step ahead. Tune in for quick and invaluable insights that empower you to protect your digital life effectively.  Support the Show.

  • S4, E183 - Facial Recognition: Convenience or Catastrophe?
    by Cameron Ivey on October 12, 2023 at 9:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, we delve into the intricate world of facial recognition technology, exploring its conveniences, challenges, and profound privacy implications. Drawing insights from Kashmir Hill's book, "Your Face Belongs to Us," we navigate the thin line between convenience and catastrophe. From real-world implications to future predictions, we dissect the digital maze of biometric data and surveillance. We empower listeners to protect their privacy through education, advocacy, and digital literacy. Tune in as we unravel the complexities of facial recognition, emphasizing the collective responsibility to safeguard our identities in the digital age. Stay informed, stay vigilant - Privacy Please Support the Show.

Privacy Please

A genuine and informative podcast about data privacy and security. Your reliable place for best practices, interviews, belly laughs, and real stories.

  • S5, E212 - Should AI Have a Role in the Legislative Chamber?
    by Cameron Ivey on May 23, 2024 at 10:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Should AI have a role in the legislative chamber? Arizona State Representative Alexander Kolodin says "yes," leading to a groundbreaking law crafted by ChatGPT. I'm Cameron Ivey, and I’ll dissect the story behind this innovative bill addressing deepfakes in elections, made with AI assistance and causing ripples in the privacy community.This isn't just another political maneuver; it's a bold step toward a future where AI and lawmakers collaborate to shape regulations. Join me as we delve into the delicate balance of protecting free speech while curbing AI-generated misinformation. We'll explore Kolodin's approach, which includes measures for authenticating deepfakes through judicial channels, while also preserving the realms of comedy and satire.This legislation aims to control narratives and enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of AI-assisted lawmaking. Our discussion will transcend privacy, touching on the essence of truth in the digital age. Tune in, share your thoughts, and let's unpack this futuristic topic together. Love and privacy to all—Cameron Ivey  Support the Show.

  • S5, E211 - Exposing the Ransomware Crisis: Unveiling the Threats to Healthcare Data Security
    by Cameron Ivey on May 17, 2024 at 6:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Explore the dark side of cyber threats as we unveil the terrifying impact of ransomware attacks on the healthcare sector. In a gripping discussion with Cameron Ivey and Gabe Gumbs, we uncover how healthcare institutions are targeted for their sensitive data, risking patient privacy and trust. Through real-life stories of ransom payments gone wrong and the looming threat of repeated attacks, we reveal the harsh reality: paying ransom is just the beginning of the nightmare.Drawing insights from the 2023 Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report, we highlight a disturbing trend where ransomware aims not just to steal data, but to cripple operations, leaving vital medical equipment useless and multiplying the risk of human error. We delve into the shortcomings of data backup strategies and debunk myths surrounding the security of SaaS platforms. Join us for this conversation to empower yourself with more insights to safeguard your organization's data and people against cyber threats. Support the Show.

  • S5, E210 - Engineering the Future of Privacy: Bridging Technology, Ethics, and Law with Jake Ottenwaelder
    by Cameron Ivey on May 9, 2024 at 7:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Discover the intricate dance between technology and ethics as Jake Ottenwaelder, principal privacy engineer at Integrated Privacy LLC, takes us into the heart of fractional privacy engineering. Join us for a captivating journey where Jake, pivoting from cybersecurity to privacy engineering, decodes the complexities of modern data protection laws. He artfully bridges the gap between legal mandates and technical implementation, providing a lifeline to organizations navigating the treacherous waters of GDPR compliance and beyond. This episode is a beacon for anyone seeking clarity on the interplay between privacy, technology, and legal frameworks.As we navigate the subtle distinctions between security and privacy engineering, Jake imparts wisdom on the essence of an engineering mindset in privacy practices. He dissects the rich tapestry of privacy engineering, painting a landscape where ethical data stewardship takes center stage, and integrative privacy solutions redefine how companies interact with consumer data. For those in the security sector eyeing a shift to privacy, Jake offers a roadmap, underscoring process improvement and the potential of privacy automation to transform the industry landscape.We wrap up with a profound discussion on the broader implications of privacy engineering — from the ethical quandaries in AI to the pivotal role data privacy plays in national security. Jake sheds light on the convoluted challenges faced by organizations, such as data deletion and retention, and advocates for equitable privacy that transcends user sophistication. The episode concludes with a reflection on the future of data economy ownership amidst geopolitical shifts, a conversation that will resonate with anyone invested in the intersection of technology, privacy, and global affairs. Support the Show.

  • S5, E209 - Beyond the TikTok Ban: Tackling Systemic Social Media Issues for a Safer Digital Future
    by Cameron Ivey on May 3, 2024 at 5:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Rumor Has It, in Privacy...Banning TikTok won't solve social media's issues with foreign influence, teen harm, and data privacy. Despite the proposed ban, the underlying problems remain unaddressed. We need comprehensive solutions to tackle these challenges head-on.  Support the Show.

  • S5, E208 - Microsoft's Cybersecurity Crisis: A Battle for Trust in the Cloud Era
    by Cameron Ivey on April 23, 2024 at 5:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Rumor has it, in privacy, we discover how a damning federal report has exposed serious lapses in the tech titan's security armor, leaving businesses and individuals to question their trust in the cloud. As Microsoft faces a breach with Chinese fingerprints and a culture of shrugged shoulders towards security investments, we're unpacking what it all means for the future of enterprise safety. Buckle up as we explore the ramifications for Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud, who might just dance in the rain of Microsoft's storm.Listen in as we highlight the Cybersecurity Review Board's urgent call for action and how CEO Nadella is positioned to lead a revolution in Microsoft's approach to cybersecurity.  Support the Show.

  • S5, E207 - Delving into the American Privacy Rights Act Unfiltered
    by Cameron Ivey on April 12, 2024 at 7:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Hold onto your hats because we're cracking open the American Privacy Rights Act – a piece of legislation that's causing quite the stir. Will it be the superhero the privacy community has been waiting for, or is it a wolf in sheep's clothing? We dissect the nitty-gritty from data minimization to opt-out rights and ponder the act's potential global ripple effects on data protection.  Support the Show.

  • S5, E206 - Rumor Has It in Privacy - Go Get Yo Monies
    by Cameron Ivey on April 5, 2024 at 6:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Join us for a our new short Rumor Has It in Privacy.  As I walk you through the labyrinth of class action settlements that could put money back in your pocket. This episode is a treasure map, leading you to the X that marks the spot on significant payouts from big-name companies that might owe you more than just an apology. From Verizon's sneaky fees to Subaru's gear-grinding mishaps and the fiery engines of Kia and Hyundai, I'll be your guide on this solo expedition to reclaim what's yours. Support the Show.

  • S5, E205 - Exploring the Privacy & Cybersecurity Risks of Large Language Models
    by Cameron Ivey on March 28, 2024 at 10:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Prepare to have your mind expanded as we navigate the complex labyrinth of large language models and the cybersecurity threats they harbor. We dissect a groundbreaking paper that exposes how AI titans are susceptible to a slew of sophisticated cyber assaults, from prompt hacking to adversarial attacks and the less discussed but equally alarming issue of gradient exposure.As the conversation unfolds, we unravel the unnerving potential for these intelligent systems to inadvertently spill the beans on confidential training data, a privacy nightmare that transcends academic speculation and poses tangible security threats. Resources: https://arxiv.org/pdf/2402.00888.pdf Support the Show.

  • S5, E204 - Trust in the Age of Transparent Online Feedback
    by Cameron Ivey on March 22, 2024 at 9:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Our discussion takes a turn towards the skepticism now cast over Glassdoor and similar platforms. With anonymity in jeopardy, what's the true weight of an online review? We explore the pitfalls of anonymous comments devoid of context and the importance of leaning on personal networks for the real scoop on companies. The conversation doesn't shy away from the hard questions – it's a prompt for you to scrutinize digital platforms and their promises, urging a proactive stance on personal research. By the end of this thought-provoking dialogue, you'll be inspired to engage in deeper discussions and equipped to navigate the digital realm with a more critical eye... or so we hope. Support the Show.

  • S5, E203 - Is Privacy at Risk in the Age of Artificial Intelligence?
    by Cameron Ivey on March 11, 2024 at 6:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, we'll dissect the challenges that technologists face in harmonizing AI and privacy in their systems, and consider the state of AI governance laws that are shaping our digital future. Plus, get ready for a tale that hits close to home, shedding light on real-world privacy concerns that could affect any of us. Support the Show.

  • S5, E202 - The Next Chapter for NIST Cybersecurity Framework: Governance
    by Cameron Ivey on February 29, 2024 at 2:00 am

    Send us a Text Message.Could the addition of 'Govern' to the NIST Cybersecurity Framework 2.0 be the game-changer in how we approach cybersecurity governance?  We unravel the significant evolution of the framework, now bolstering enterprise risk management with a holistic approach that's essential for any organization, big or small. We dissect the interplay of the six functions—Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, Recover, and the new kid on the block, Govern—and how this integration across the entire lifecycle of protection can redefine the conventional cybersecurity steps. No stone is left unturned as we debate the necessity of maintaining distinct cybersecurity and privacy frameworks in the face of increasing overlap, a question that is becoming more pertinent as the digital age advances. Support the Show.

  • S5, E201 - Securely Speaking: Privacy & Tech Attorney Heidi Saas
    by Cameron Ivey on February 23, 2024 at 4:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Join us for insights into the crucial aspects shaping the future of privacy. We'll delve into the significance of diversity in the privacy sphere, with women at the forefront of leadership roles. Discover why mentorship is indispensable for those embarking on privacy careers. Explore the delicate balance between profit and privacy, as companies often prioritize the former, jeopardizing user trust. Learn about the anticipated impact of CPRA enforcement on data management and privacy practices. Finally, we'll discuss the imperative of addressing biases in AI development to ensure the fairness of algorithms. Don't miss these essential discussions that are shaping the landscape of privacy. Support the Show.

  • S5, E200 - Unpacking the Implications of New AI Legislation SB 1047
    by Cameron Ivey on February 14, 2024 at 2:00 am

    Send us a Text Message.Ever wondered how to keep your AI from turning into a sci-fi cautionary tale? California's Senate Bill 1047 might just be setting the blueprint, and we're unpacking its potential to navigate the tightrope between innovation and consumer safety. Plus, we pay tribute to Black History Month in true literary fashion, tipping our hats to James Baldwin's enduring wisdom in his piercing examination of race in America.This episode isn't just a rundown; it's a journey through the trenches of tech and culture, where we spotlight California's daring stride into the domain of AI legislation and what it could mean for you. As we highlight CalCompute's mission to democratize AI and dissect measures to safeguard whistleblowers, we invite you to join us in a narrative that connects the dots between the pages of history and the code of the future.  Support the Show.

  • S5, E199 - Trading Faces for Safety in US Airports
    by Cameron Ivey on February 9, 2024 at 11:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Prepare to embark on a journey through the looking glass of modern airport security with me, Cameron Ivey, as we tackle the TSA's big bet on facial recognition at over 400 US airports. Get ready to peel back the layers of the high-tech CAT2 machines designed to match your face to your ID, and weigh in on the tug-of-war between rapid convenience and the sanctity of privacy. We dissect the Traveler Privacy Protection Act and its crusade to safeguard our personal data amidst the rise of automated scanning options. You'll learn how to opt out if you're not keen on taking part in the digital lineup and hear from voices on both sides of the aisle, including Senator Jeff Markley. The episode goes beyond the security checkpoint, exploring the societal ripple effects of facial recognition software, as evidenced by corporate bans. So, buckle up for an unfiltered discussion that might just redefine your next trip to the airport. With Privacy Please, your next flight of thought is now boarding! Support the Show.

  • S5, E198 - Honoring Privacy Pioneers: The Guardians of Digital Rights and Debating SEC Oversight
    by Cameron Ivey on February 2, 2024 at 9:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Celebrate the unsung heroes of privacy with us! Privacy Please's own Cameron Ivey and Gabe Gumbs tip their hats to the vanguards like Debbie Reynolds and Nishant Bhajaria, praising their unwavering dedication to our digital rights. We're not just talking shop; we're honoring the innovators who keep our data safe and our futures secure. From discussing the annual Privacy Week to giving a shout-out to those leading the charge, you'll feel the passion behind the pixels in protecting your personal information.Ever wonder if the watchdogs can watch themselves? We tackle the heated debate around the SEC's own data mishaps and whether they should be dishing out advice on data protection. Gabe doesn't pull any punches, defending the regulatory body with the kind of fervor that'll have you rethinking your stance on oversight. Listen in for a nuanced look at the complexities of privacy advocacy in the corporate and regulatory spheres – it's more than just a black-and-white issue. Support the Show.

  • S5, E197 - Corporate AI Dilemmas Tackling Innovation with Privacy in Mind
    by Cameron Ivey on January 26, 2024 at 10:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, discover the fine line between innovative tech and privacy pitfalls as I guide you through the complexities of generative AI in the corporate sector. Cisco's startling survey findings serve as the backbone of our discussion, revealing that a quarter of companies have pressed the panic button on generative AI tools to prevent data leaks and intellectual property breaches. You'll get a front-row seat to the latest industry moves, with tech juggernauts like Apple and Verizon leading the charge, and an exploration into the tension between AI integration and data protection.  Support the Show.

  • S5, E196 -Tech's Dark Side: Unveiling the 'Worst in Show' at CES 2024
    by Cameron Ivey on January 18, 2024 at 9:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, we dive into the underbelly of CES 2024 as consumer and privacy advocates expose the 'Worst in Show.' From BMW's questionable Alexa partnership to disposable Sennheiser earbuds and Instacart's AI cart pushing ads, discover the tech innovations sparking safety, privacy, and environmental concerns.  Support the Show.

  • S5, E195 - Trading Privacy for Profit: Navigating the Data Brokerage Dilemma
    on January 11, 2024 at 7:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Could your phone be spilling your secrets without your consent? Join us as we unravel the unnerving truths behind data privacy infringements, spotlighting the FTC's recent clampdown on X mode. In this enlightening conversation, we explore the treacherous terrain where personal phone location data is bartered for profit, inviting listeners to contemplate the fine line between technological convenience and privacy erosion. We're not shy about the tough questions or the complex answers, with nods to thought leaders like Jeff Jokisch and Heidi Shey for their expert perspectives on this critical issue.This episode is a tapestry of humor, insight, and a serious call to action for tighter regulation in a market that all-too-often undermines our societal values for the sake of profit. Tune in, and you might find yourself weighing the true price of digital convenience against the cold reality of a world where your every move could be for sale.Shout outs:https://www.linkedin.com/posts/heidi-saas-31a7a16_analysis-of-proposed-consent-order-to-aid-activity-7150572092676009984-cd8C/https://www.linkedin.com/posts/jozian_locationdata-locationprivacy-databrokers-activity-7150638135587078145-Qp8D/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_desktop Support the Show.

  • S5, E194 - Japanese Hotel's $1 Stay Raises Privacy Concerns
    by Cameron Ivey on January 5, 2024 at 5:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, we talk about Tetsuya Inoue, manager of Asahi Ryokan Hotel, who introduced a unique strategy allowing guests a $1 stay in exchange for live-streaming their entire visit. Despite the project's conclusion, it gained popularity, highlighting the changing attitudes of younger generations towards privacy. The success also brings attention to the broader implications of sacrificing personal privacy for innovative business models, particularly as hidden cameras in holiday rentals become more prevalent. This case prompts a critical discussion on data privacy in an era where technology increasingly infiltrates daily life. Support the Show.

  • S4, E193 - Final Show of The Year
    by Cameron Ivey on December 29, 2023 at 5:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, we talk about the top episodes from S4 and show our appreciation for the love and support throughout this awesome journey. Looking forward to S5 and the new network we are launching along with our new show! Special shoutout to all of our guests, sponsors and excited for what is to come in 2024! Support the Show.

  • S4, E192 - 2024 Privacy Predictions with The Data Diva & Jonathan Sander
    by Cameron Ivey on December 20, 2023 at 7:00 pm
  • S4, E191 - Navigating Privacy Perils: Cookies, iMessages, and the Art of Not Overreacting
    by Cameron Ivey on December 14, 2023 at 8:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, we unravel the surprising truth behind declining cookies and explore if it poses greater privacy risks than acceptance. We also delve into the recent clash between Apple and Beeper Mini's iMessage service, examining the security concerns and efforts to restore the app. Join us as we navigate the delicate balance between privacy awareness and overreaction, providing insights and practical tips for a more informed digital journey. Tune in and discover why it's crucial to strike the right balance in this evolving landscape of online privacy. Support the Show.

  • S4, E190 - Silent Surveillance: Apple's Shocking Revelation on iPhone Notifications, 23andMe's Cryptic Breach
    by Cameron Ivey on December 7, 2023 at 11:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.In this weeks OVERREACTION episode, we unravel Apple's revelation about potential government spying on iPhone push notifications. Plus, we dive into a significant 23andMe data breach affecting 6.9 million users. Join us for essential insights on these privacy issues and tips to protect your personal data. Tune in to the Privacy Please Podcast – your guide to staying secure in a digital world! Support the Show.

  • S4, E189 - OVERREACTION MONDAY - ChatGPT's Secrets, Healthcare Havoc, and App Watchdogs Exposed!
    on November 30, 2023 at 2:00 am

    Send us a Text Message.In this weeks OVERREACTION MONDAY: Does ChatGPT Save Data? What You Need to Know Massive Healthcare Data Breach Exposes Full Names, SSNs, and More of 9 Million Patients - What Now?Unveiling the Privacy Intrusions: Apps That Could be Watching You Support the Show.

  • S4, E188 - David Crawshaw, CTO & Co-Founder at Tailscale
    on November 16, 2023 at 1:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, we had the pleasure of hosting David Crawshaw, the CTO and Co-founder of Tailscale. Tailscale specializes in offering innovative software and services designed to facilitate a seamless, secure, and efficient transition of businesses to the cloud. David shares insights into his journey back at Google and with Tailscale's unique approach, emphasizing the importance of smooth and safe cloud migration.  Support the Show.

  • S4, E187 - OVERREACTION MONDAY: Hide Yo Kids, Hide Yo Wife, Lock Yo Phones
    on November 14, 2023 at 6:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Overreaction Monday:Get ready to overreact to three privacy-packed articles shaking up the digital scene this this week! 📱 Guardianship Guide: Your Phone, Your Digital Key!Your phone holds the key to your digital life. Ensure you're equipped with the know-how in case it goes missing. Preparing for the worst is simpler than you think, and it's never been more crucial. #DigitalSecurity #PhoneGuardianship #OverreactionMonday🚨 YouTube's Privacy Plot Twist: Criminal Charges Alert!YouTube's in hot water with criminal charges over ad-blocker detection. What does this mean for your online sanctuary? #YouTubePrivacy #DigitalTwist🔒 Privacy Rollercoaster: Battling for Your Digital Secrets!Lawmakers clash over digital privacy rules. Will this ride end with a digital fortress or leave us hanging? #PrivacyBattle #DigitalThrills #OverreactionMonday #TechThrills Support the Show.

  • S4, E186 - OVERREACTION MONDAY In Privacy
    by Cameron Ivey on November 7, 2023 at 10:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.Welcome to Overreaction Monday, your weekly rendezvous with the most pressing issues in the digital world. Tune in every Tuesday as we unpack three headline-making stories, delving deep into the realms of privacy, security, and technology. In this episode, we explore the alarming rise of AI-generated fake nudes, posing a significant threat to privacy, the unsettling revelation of 100,000 Torrent Sites users exposed, and the shockingly easy access to sensitive data from military personnel. Join us as we react, analyze, and dissect these major incidents, shedding light on the importance of safeguarding our digital lives. Stay informed, stay secure. Support the Show.

  • S4, E185 - Tom Kemp - Entrepreneur, Investor, Policy Advisor, and Author.
    by Cameron Ivey on October 31, 2023 at 6:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, unravel the mystery of Silicon Valley entrepreneur Tom Kemp, a mastermind in cybersecurity, investor, and policy advisor. Dive deep into his enigmatic journey and glean insights from his groundbreaking book, "Containing Big Tech," where he unveils a path to safeguard civil rights, economy, and democracy. Join us for an intriguing exploration of tech, power, and secrets. Don't miss out! Instacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour.Free delivery on your first order over $35.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the Show.

  • S4, E184 - Securing Your Digital World
    by Cameron Ivey on October 19, 2023 at 6:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, we go into the heart of digital security and personal privacy. As concerns about digital privacy echo historical events, this episode equips you with essential tool and strategies to safeguard your sources and data.Explore the art of secure communication with sources, learn to navigate the digital landscape anonymously, and discovery how to fortify your email correspondence. In a world where your privacy matters more than ever, embrace radical privacy measures and stay one step ahead. Tune in for quick and invaluable insights that empower you to protect your digital life effectively.  Support the Show.

  • S4, E183 - Facial Recognition: Convenience or Catastrophe?
    by Cameron Ivey on October 12, 2023 at 9:00 pm

    Send us a Text Message.This week on Privacy Please, we delve into the intricate world of facial recognition technology, exploring its conveniences, challenges, and profound privacy implications. Drawing insights from Kashmir Hill's book, "Your Face Belongs to Us," we navigate the thin line between convenience and catastrophe. From real-world implications to future predictions, we dissect the digital maze of biometric data and surveillance. We empower listeners to protect their privacy through education, advocacy, and digital literacy. Tune in as we unravel the complexities of facial recognition, emphasizing the collective responsibility to safeguard our identities in the digital age. Stay informed, stay vigilant - Privacy Please Support the Show.