The Privacy Dividend Business case<br />"Privacy protection is not a cost of doing business, it is part of doing business"...
The business case <br />Protecting personal privacy makes good business sense.<br />It should bring real and significant b...
Compliance Requirements<br />
ROI<br />85% of private organisations believe that the DPA improves information management.<br />[92% for public organisat...
Board Level Attention<br />Create an attitude for the enterprise<br />Create cultural leadership<br />Drives business as u...
Benefits of Proactive Protection<br />Organisational success<br />Achieving business objectives<br />Asset to organisation...
Benefits of Proactive Protection<br />Assets to the Individual<br />Trust = increased profit<br />Respect<br />Better data...
Privacy in the supply chain<br />Privacy should be designed into organisation system and processes<br />Comprehensive vs. ...
The virtuous circle in the supply chain of information assets<br />Information assets are transacted to create a shared ow...
Protecting the supply chain of information assets<br />IT/Helpdesk Services<br />Systems Lifecycle Management<br />Endpoin...
The Privacy Dividend<br />Security as an Asset not a Cost<br />Yusuf Hassan<br />Yusuf.hassan@cryptic.co.uk<br />Twitter: ...
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The Privacy Dividend Business Case

  1. 1. The Privacy Dividend Business case<br />"Privacy protection is not a cost of doing business, it is part of doing business"<br />
  2. 2. The business case <br />Protecting personal privacy makes good business sense.<br />It should bring real and significant benefits that far outweigh the effort privacy protection requires.<br />The alternative, of ignoring privacy and leaving personal information inadequately protected, has significant downsides<br />
  3. 3. Compliance Requirements<br />
  4. 4. ROI<br />85% of private organisations believe that the DPA improves information management.<br />[92% for public organisations]<br />Annual Track 2008 – Organisations Report31, ICO<br />Return on investment for enterprise data protection, where that has been assessed, can be as high as 4 to 1<br />
  5. 5. Board Level Attention<br />Create an attitude for the enterprise<br />Create cultural leadership<br />Drives business as usual activities<br />Removes organisational barriers<br />Delivers funding<br />Ensure long term and ongoing support<br />Google, Schmidt (CEO) says (on Data gathering and privacy), is kept in check by its customers and by the competition: And the reason that you should trust us is that if we were to violate that trust people would move immediately to someone else. We're very non-sticky so we have a very high interest in maintaining the trust of those users." <br />
  6. 6. Benefits of Proactive Protection<br />Organisational success<br />Achieving business objectives<br />Asset to organisation<br />Efficiencies<br />Productivity<br />Change agility<br />New opportunities<br />Public awareness<br />Reduced costs of data collection<br />Increased accuracy of data improves reputation<br />Services more attractive<br />Rapid response to requests<br />Risks<br />Wrongly delivered services<br />Delivery out of time<br />Impact to strategic decisions<br />Costs to business<br />
  7. 7. Benefits of Proactive Protection<br />Assets to the Individual<br />Trust = increased profit<br />Respect<br />Better data collection<br />Loyal employees<br />Minimise privacy violation costs<br />Assets to 3rd Parties<br />Cost of privacy failure are substantial<br />Competitive disadvantage<br />Assets to society<br />Do the right thing<br />Compliance (costs could include loss of operating licenses)<br />Confidence<br />Loyalty<br />Brand<br />Legislations costs<br />
  8. 8. Privacy in the supply chain<br />Privacy should be designed into organisation system and processes<br />Comprehensive vs. minimalist approach<br />DPA is a minimum requirement<br />More comprehensive the proactive approach the better market differentiation to competitors and peers<br />Equates to efficiencies and control<br />Reduce “whole life costs” e.g. less external audits<br />Privacy is good information management<br />
  9. 9. The virtuous circle in the supply chain of information assets<br />Information assets are transacted to create a shared ownership and responsibility with the assumption that all assets are backed with relevant layers of security and privacy protection.<br />The virtuous circle requires that all stakeholders are able to demonstrate a privacy dividend to each other on an on-going basis and build trust.<br />What keeps this circle in check are the pressures from market forces and international legislation.<br />
  10. 10. Protecting the supply chain of information assets<br />IT/Helpdesk Services<br />Systems Lifecycle Management<br />Endpoint Protection<br />Individual Data<br />Server Monitoring<br />Compliance Management<br />Alerts<br />Abuse/Threat Management<br />Hardware Theft Alert<br />Data Leakage / Loss<br />Forensics<br />Software Misuse/Piracy Alerts<br />Modular Protection<br />Prevention Services<br />
  11. 11. The Privacy Dividend<br />Security as an Asset not a Cost<br />Yusuf Hassan<br />Yusuf.hassan@cryptic.co.uk<br />Twitter: @privacytalks<br />http://uk.linkedin.com/in/yusufhassan<br />Cryptic Ltd<br />

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