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Allies in Privacy, Security & Compliance: Why Closer Collaboration Between CPOs and CISOs Benefits Everyone

As a former chief privacy officer (CPO) of a publicly traded commercial real estate services firm, Maria D’Avanzo worked in close partnership with her company’s chief information security officer (CISO). They had regular meetings, shared information and issued joint messages and guidance on topics that had both privacy and security implications. Here, D’Avanzo explores the important lessons this collaboration taught her — including the fact that too few organizations prioritize collaboration between CPOs and CISOs.

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Algorithms Behaving Badly: New NYC Law Tackles Bias in Hiring Technology

From recruitment to retention, technology has long been crucial to effective workforce management. And while companies may be flocking to tools powered by AI and machine learning, a New York City law set to go into effect in 2023 calls attention to the need to ensure that automated tools don’t multiply society’s ills. The use of technology in workforce management is nothing new. But concern is growing over adoption of advanced data analytics and AI-based tools, particularly the risk these tools run of widening employment disparities between demographic groups.

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