Balancing Privacy and Profitability is Key to Future-proofing SMEs

Listen On

With nation-wide discussion around privacy legislation in Canada about to begin in connection with Bill C-27, business will be faced with major implications around earning trust and reassuring Canadians that innovation can be realized, to great public benefit, without compromising privacy.

We got the chance to chat with Pam Snively, Chief Data & Trust Officer at TELUS.  She leads the team responsible for privacy governance and data ethics, along with data management and a number of compliance functions, including the Anti-bribery & Corruption and Competition Law programs.

In this podcast she discussed the best privacy practices businesses should be integrating into the core of their programming to protect Canadians’ personal information and earn trust.