The Blessing of CCPA | Rafael Moscatel

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This is a podcast episode titled, The Blessing of CCPA | Rafael Moscatel. The summary for this episode is: <h2>Top 3 Quotes</h2><ul><li>“The more that you can show your customers that you're being a good steward with their data, the more they're likely to trust you. And from a reputational standpoint and a branding standpoint, that's always one of the best benefits and one of the reasons that consumers will choose one product or service over the other.”</li><li>“And I think if you look carefully, the CCPA is quite a blessing. It helps reduce expenses and monetize the information life cycle because you have a better understanding of what's under the hood in your company.”</li><li>“...you know there's not one silver bullet when it comes to preparing data for an information governance strategy, IG is essentially a multidisciplinary type of approach.”</li></ul><h2>Show Highlights</h2><p><strong>[01:28]</strong> Rafael’s background in law and consulting<br /><strong>[02:35]</strong> Discussing Rafel’s company and beginnings<br /><strong>[04:36]</strong> The “Olympics of Privacy” <br /><strong>[05:59]</strong> A watershed moment in Compliance and Privacy<br /><strong>[08:05]</strong> Rafael’s personal connection to records in California <br /><strong>[09:05]</strong> The incredible moment Rafael received his birth records<br /><strong>[12:00]</strong> The “blessing” of CCPA<br /><strong>[14:11]</strong> Rafael’s personal opinion of CCPA<br /><strong>[16:19]</strong> Best practices for privacy and policy management<br /><strong>[19:30]</strong> Policy management systems<br /><strong>[21:04]</strong> How to read more about Rafael’s thoughts on these issues<br /><strong>[22:58]</strong> The Little Girl With The Big Voice<br /><strong>[24:03]</strong> Vendor Risk Management <br /><strong>[25:00]</strong> Being mindful of what’s outside your company walls as well as what’s within them</p><h2>Resources:</h2><ul><li>Connect with Rafael on <a href="https://www.linkedin.com/in/rafaelmoscatel/">LinkedIn</a></li><li>Connect with Rafael on <a href="https://twitter.com/Rafael_Moscatel">Twitter</a></li><li>Rafael’s <a href="https://rafaelmoscatel.com/">Website</a></li><li><a href="https://rafaelmoscatel.com/2017/10/22/the-little-girl-with-the-big-voice-on-pbs/">The Little Girl With the Big Voice</a></li></ul>
Rafael’s background in law and consulting
00:41 MIN
Rafael’s company and beginnings
01:34 MIN
The “Olympics of Privacy”
02:01 MIN
A Watershed moment in Compliance and Privacy
01:07 MIN
Rafael’s personal connection to records in California
03:42 MIN
The “blessing” of CCPA
02:05 MIN
Rafael’s personal opinion of CCPA
01:32 MIN
Best practices for privacy and policy management
01:45 MIN
Policy management systems
01:53 MIN
The Little Girl with the Big Voice
01:59 MIN

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Rafael Moscatel, managing director at CAPP, joins GRC & Me to discuss how his background in law and consulting ultimately led him to the world of GRC. He shares how one tweet led to a watershed moment in compliance and privacy, and tells his deeply personal connection to California adoption records. Rafael also explains how CCPA should be viewed as a blessing that helps executives better understand what’s “under the hood” of your company.

Top 3 Quotes

“The more that you can show your customers that you're being a good steward with their data, the more they're likely to trust you. And from a reputational standpoint and a branding standpoint, that's always one of the best benefits and one of the reasons that consumers will choose one product or service over the other.”

“And I think if you look carefully, the CCPA is quite a blessing. It helps reduce expenses and monetize the information life cycle because you have a better understanding of what's under the hood in your company.”

“...You know there's not one silver bullet when it comes to preparing data for an information governance strategy. IG is essentially a multidisciplinary type of approach.”