Sep 2, 2021
Jeff Jockisch is the CEO at PrivacyPlan, a company that offers privacy datasets, consulting, and training. Jeff is a Certified Information Privacy Professional who specializes in data privacy laws, data broker research, data breach reporting, AI regulation, and privacy-enhancing technologies. Jeff also curates a privacy podcast database.
Previously, Jeff was the Director of Marketing for CSR Privacy Solutions, Inc., the Content Manager for Treatment Management Company, and the Creative Strategist for Fractl.
Cybercrime is running rampant throughout this country. However, most companies hesitate to report a problem for fear of a huge PR scandal. There’s a lack of data sharing, reporting standards, and breach alert systems for businesses. But, what if there was one place you could go to manage data breach and security reports?
The team at Data Collaboration Alliance is making this a reality with their Cyber Event Self-Reporting (CESR) Collab. The goal of this project is to create a system where companies can report security incidents and breaches using zero-copy technology, thereby sharing the information with the rest of the industry anonymously. By doing this, they can report data safely and securely without taking a PR hit.
In this episode of She Said Privacy/He Said Security, Jodi and Justin Daniels sit down with Jeff Jockisch, the CEO of PrivacyPlan, to discuss the future of shared breach and security data. Jeff talks about the inspiration behind Cyber Event Self-Reporting (CESR), how to create a collaborative approach to ransomware, and his top privacy and security tips.