Dec 24, 2020
Johnny Lee is a forensic investigator, cybersecurity and data privacy specialist, digital detective, and attorney with almost 30 years of experience under his belt. He is currently the Principal & National Practice Leader of Forensic Technology Services at Grant Thornton LLP, one of the world’s leading audit, tax, and advisory firms.
One of Johnny’s primary passions is providing advisory services to companies that are working to address complex cybersecurity, blockchain, information governance, and data privacy issues.
You, like many other business owners, may think that you’ve done everything necessary to ensure your company’s privacy and security. After all, you have a SOC 2! But, is that really enough to protect your data?
Unfortunately, depending on compliance paperwork could lead to serious privacy and security issues for your business. Though having SOC 2 compliance is a necessary step in establishing protective measures for your company, it is the minimum requirement for privacy and security—not the maximum solution. So, what are the next steps you should take in your journey toward achieving privacy and security for you, your customers, and your company?
In this episode of She Said Privacy, He Said Security, co-hosts Jodi and Justin Daniels sit down with Johnny Lee, the Principal & National Practice Leader of Forensic Technology Services at Grant Thornton LLP, to discuss common misconceptions about privacy and security. Listen in as Johnny talks about why your business needs more than SOC 2 compliance, how blockchain technology is improving over time, and what the future of privacy and data security will look like. Stay tuned for more!