Jan 13, 2022
Daniel Barber is the Co-founder and CEO of DataGrail. DataGrail helps people gain control of their privacy and identity. They’ve developed a privacy platform that modern brands rely on to build customer trust and transparency.
Daniel is a Contributing Writer for the Forbes Technology Council. His insights have been distributed in security and privacy publications such as IAPP, CPO Magazine, Consumer Affairs, CIO Dive, and Dark Reading. Additionally, he is the CEO of GTM Orchestration and is on the Advisory Board for SignOnSite, Outreach.io, and Chorus.io.
According to a recent survey by DataGrail, 83% of Americans want control over their information. How can businesses deliver that transparency?
It’s not easy. Most businesses only provide information that’s in two or three systems that they own, like Zoom, Slack, or Salesforce. But the truth is, there are hundreds of systems processing consumer information. How can they locate where each consumers’ information is stored?
In this episode of She Said Privacy/He Said Security, Jodi and Justin Daniels sit down with Daniel Barber, Co-founder and CEO of DataGrail, to discuss how DataGrail’s software can build transparency by giving consumers control of their data. Daniel talks about the importance of knowing where data is stored, how to build trust through transparency, and the evolving landscape of privacy laws.