What is privacy by design and what does it mean today? As a concept, it has been around since the 1990s, but it has recently become more of a focus for companies across verticals because of rising privacy regulations and growing consumer awareness of the use of their data. Hear Anneka Gupta, LiveRamp’s President and Head of Products and Platforms, and guest Fatemeh Khatibloo, VP and Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, discuss the state of privacy by design, why it’s been “watered down,” its role in enabling data collaboration, and how companies can adopt this mindset and practice to build trust and competitive advantage.
About the Hosts
SVP, Commercial Strategy and Excellence
Daniella Harkins is SVP, Commercial Strategy and Excellence at LiveRamp (NYSE: RAMP), the leading data connectivity platform, where she works cross-functionally to drive the structure and transformation of the commercial team. A passionate industry voice, Harkins is a member of the All Raise Visionary Voices, a partner and frequent podcast guest of social good platform Givsly, and an experienced speaker across various platforms—including New York Advertising Week. Her passion and curiosity have earned her recognition as Female Business Executive of the Year for Women in Business in 2017. She has been featured in esteemed industry publications, including Business Insider, Beet.TV, MediaPost, and ClickZ, among others.