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April 16, 2019 Completed
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The term “privacy” is amorphous and rather subjective. It's even vague in a corporate environment. IT teams are often expected to single-handedly help companies comply with in-house privacy policies and government regulations, as many teams operating outside of IT generally consider privacy to be a technology issue. Several recent regulations across the globe, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), mandate companies to handle the privacy of consumers securely; if they don't, companies may face fines of up to €20 million or four percent of their worldwide annual revenue—whichever is higher.
IT teams can easily get lost while addressing specific requirements of particular regulations like the GDPR, or when management shifts their focus to a new regulation. To help IT admins tasked with managing compliance obligations understand the importance of privacy compliance in today's competitive market, ManageEngine is bringing the Monopoly Man to the IT community.
Ian Madrigal is a privacy activist and lawyer working in Washington DC focused on corporate accountability and consumer protection. He has targeted major brands including Wells Fargo, Google, Facebook, and Equifax with creative activism. His most recent appearance at the US House hearing on Google's data privacy practices was greatly appreciated and covered by several major media outlets.
Rajesh Ganesan is the vice president of product management, enterprise security, and SaaS solutions at ManageEngine, a division of Zoho Corporation. Rajesh has been with Zoho for over 23 years, developing software products in various domains including telecommunications, network management, and IT security.