Corrupted Nerds on privacy engineering

Michelle Dennedy, chief privacy officer, McAfeeStilgherrian’s Corrupted Nerds podcast returns after a six-month hiatus. Michelle Dennedy, chief privacy officer at McAfee, introduces the concept of “privacy engineering”.

Privacy engineering is the process of turning various policies, from privacy laws to the needs of the business’ plan for data, into something that programmers can work with — indeed, something they’ll want to work with because it’s now an engineering problem. It’s also something that quality assurance (QA) processes can deal with.

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