CIO: 5 reasons you need to hire a chief privacy officer

5 reasons you need to hire a chief privacy officer

Excerpt from article: “The most important responsibilities for the chief privacy officer is to be the customer’s advocate inside an enterprise process to determine what is personally identifiable information (PII) amongst the mountains of data that is in an enterprise’s possession, find a way to protect the data as soon as it is generated or to not collect it all to de-risk being fined and make sure that the data is still usable for business operations,” says Ameesh Divatia, co-founder and CEO of data protection company Baffle.