May 13, 2021
Corey Cutter is the Senior Attorney of Privacy at the American Cancer Society. In this position, Corey manages the enterprise-wide privacy program and serves as the authority for the organization’s collection and protection of constituent data. She is also responsible for providing privacy policies, procedures, training and awareness, legal counsel, and much more.
In addition to this, Corey is a Counsel for Pythagoras, Inc., where she has worked for almost 25 years.
Do you work for a nonprofit organization? Are you looking for expert privacy and security strategies that will help you protect your members and their valuable information?
Many nonprofits don’t know the best ways to process — or prevent — the privacy and security risks that threaten their safety every single day. After all, who would intentionally attack an organization that does good in the world? Unfortunately, nonprofits are still popular targets for data breaches, ransomware attacks, and more. Today, privacy expert and nonprofit attorney Corey Cutter is here to share the ins and outs of preserving your organization’s privacy and security.
In this episode of She Said Privacy/He Said Security, Jodi and Justin Daniels sit down with Corey Cutter, the Senior Attorney of Privacy at the American Cancer Society, to discuss how to maintain data privacy at nonprofit organizations. Listen in as Corey reveals how her litigation career influences her perspective on privacy, the best ways to stay up-to-date on the latest privacy and security laws, and her tips for preserving your personal privacy today. Stay tuned!