The Data Privacy Asia conference in Manila, Philippines, will provide tools and advice for how BPO entities can effectively address security and privacy issues.
Phoenix, AZ -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/14/2018 -- With the increasing number of privacy breaches throughout the world, and increasing privacy regulations, there are many security & privacy concerns related to business process outsourcing (BPO) in general, and to contracting call/contact centers in particular. The Data Privacy Asia conference in Manila, Philippines, Sept 19 & 20 will provide advice for how to effectively address those issues. A major goal for the event is to provide the tools and information to the Philippines BPO industry to support their goal of becoming the global world BPO industry leader in privacy and information security.
"We started the Data Privacy Asia conference back in 2015, recognizing that data protection, privacy and cybersecurity has moved from the periphery to the center for Asia. There is also now a greater need for privacy pros to comprehend cybersecurity to better protect customer data and similarly, cybersecurity pros must recognize their role in data privacy. By bringing these professionals together in one room, the conference hopes to foster greater understanding, mutual collaboration and a stronger community. This year, we want to emphasize the need for action with the theme 'Supercharge Your Data Privacy and Cyber Security Program' and thought leaders from the U.S., Europe and Asia will provide the anticipated 400 attendees with practical implementation guides to address the key issues businesses are facing," stated Wei Chieh Lim, CEO at Data Privacy Asia.
Rebecca Herold, host of Data Security & Privacy with The Privacy Professor, will be delivering a keynote on September 19 at the Data Privacy Asia conference entitled "Beyond Compliance: Ethics, Technology and Trust." She will also provide a workshop on September 20 entitled, "Using Data Mapping to Understand Your Data Flows and Risks."
Rebecca recently discussed the growing BPO industry in the Philippines, and in particular the actions being taken to put the Philippines at the forefront as the recognized leader in protecting data and privacy in not only Asia, but throughout the world, on her September 4 episode of Data Security & Privacy with The Privacy Professor. Her guests, Espie Bulseco, Senior Director for Business Excellence at Hinduja Global Solutions (HGS), Ltd. & Learning Series Task Force Lead of the Contact Center Association of the Philippine (CCAP) Security Council, and Tonichi Parekh, Country Manager at Voxpro and the Contact Center Association of the Philippines (CCAP) Director discussed their actions to reach their goal to be a security and privacy world leader.
Rebecca Herold, aside from hosting Data Security & Privacy with The Privacy Professor, is CEO of The Privacy Professor consultancy, established in 2004, and President of SIMBUS, LLC, established in 2014.
Ms. Herold has built a loyal and growing listenership for her radio show over the past 8 months in part due to the wide variety of high-profile information security and privacy experts she has as guests.
Data Security & Privacy with The Privacy Professor airs new shows every Tuesday at 2:00pm Pacific Time. The episode discussing the Data Privacy Asia conference, along with the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry in the Philippines, first aired on 4 September, at 2 PM PT on Data Security & Privacy with The Privacy Professor on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel. This show is now available for listening on demand.
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Mr. Lim can be reached at the following: