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She Said Privacy/He Said Security

Jun 17, 2021

Michael Grindell is the Executive Vice President and Operations Security Officer at 22Squared, a media company that uses creativity to grow businesses. 22Squared is a part of Guided by Good, an employee-owned, independent group of companies focused on building adaptive solutions to help brands grow and succeed. 

In his current role, Michael is responsible for building and maintaining 22Squared’s privacy and security infrastructure and ensuring the confidentiality of all electronic information and facilities. Michael is also a Certified Information Privacy Manager, a credential from the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).

In this episode…

Let’s face it: these days, there are so many new privacy and security laws being established every year that it’s difficult to keep up with the latest regulations. So, how can you stay compliant and protect your company and customers if you don’t have time to analyze each privacy and security-focused legal document? 

According to Michael Grindell, a Certified Information Privacy Manager, the solution to this problem is actually quite simple: hire someone else to do the dirty work. At 22Squared, he has hired a privacy and security expert to focus solely on keeping up with — and thoroughly studying — all of the latest privacy and security regulations and news. Now, he’s here to share his tips for building an effective privacy and security team and program at your company so you can keep your organization safe. 

In this episode of She Said Privacy/He Said Security, Jodi and Justin Daniels sit down with Michael Grindell, the Executive Vice President and Operations Security Officer at 22Squared, to discuss his strategies for keeping up with privacy and security regulations. Listen in as Michael talks about growing your privacy and security knowledge over time, constructing a strong security system for your company, and prioritizing privacy and security when handling your customers’ sensitive data.