A few days ago, I came across a fascinating YouTube video and interview between Tim Dodd, of the Everyday Astronaut, and Elon Musk.
The interview explored a number of interesting ideas (including the manufacturing and design process of SpaceX and its various rockets). Oneinteresting nugget to me was the discussion of Musk’s wider engineering philosophy, which easily applies to incorporating the data protection principles of Article 5, and Article 25’s Data Protection by Design and Default
Carey Lening, CIPP-E, CIPP-US works for Castlebridge as an information security and risk consultant. She has over 20 years of progressive experience assessing risks and enabling top-tier data security and data protection for industry leaders like Facebook, Palantir and numerous Fortune 500 companies. Her cross-functional and cross-domain knowledge makes her equally comfortable discussing the legal nuances of data protection with lawyers, hashing out technical and operational security controls with engineers and information security professionals, doing a risk audit, and providing a high-level overview to the C-Suite.
Carey earned a Bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Irvine, and her JD from the University of New Hampshire School of Law. As a former attorney, Carey focused on the legal and policy issues surrounding computer & data security and privacy law. Carey has written and lectured extensively on best practices in cybersecurity and data protection, with a particular interest on emerging threats, risk mitigation, and how to make sense of it all.
Carey consumes far too much coffee, and has a strong appreciation for cats, homebrewing, and travel.